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The Ravens will likely not have Pro Bowl defensive linemen Cheap Calais Campbell Jersey and Cheap Brandon Williams Jersey against the Tennessee Titans, as both are listed as doubtful for Sunday’s Week 11 game at M&T Bank Stadium.

However, cornerback Cheap Jimmy Smith Jersey and linebacker Cheap L.J. Fort Jersey may return to the field, as both are questionable.

Campbell suffered a calf injury against the Indianapolis Colts two weeks ago and Williams was knocked out by an ankle injury in New England last week. Neither player practiced this week.

That means the Ravens may be without two of their premier run defenders against powerhouse running back Derrick Henry, last year’s rushing leader who currently sits at No. 2 in the NFL with 946 yards and eight touchdowns.

While far from ideal, Baltimore has been preparing for that scenario all week. Head Coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday that it will “take everything we’ve got,” as veterans Cheap Derek Wolfe Jersey, Cheap Justin Ellis Jersey and Cheap Jihad Ward Jersey, as well as rookies Cheap Justin Madubuike Jersey and Broderick Washington will have to step up.

Smith (ankle) missed last week’s game against the Patriots. He was limited in practice Thursday and Friday. If he’s able to return, the Ravens have their top three cornerbacks on the field together again for the first time since Nov. 1 against the Cheap Pittsburgh Steelers Jerseys.

While the Titans are built around their ground attack, quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been very efficient in the passing game with a 106.9 quarterback rating and 20 touchdowns to just three interceptions. Wide receiver A.J. Brown is a dangerous wideout with 32 catches for 478 yards and six touchdowns.

Fort (finger) was a full practice participant all week and appears ready to return after sitting out the past two weeks, which would help against Henry.

While the Ravens have had brutal season-ending injuries to Ronnie Stanley and Cheap Nick Boyle Jersey in recent weeks, the Titans have their own woes as they ruled out six players – including four starters – for Sunday’s game.

Star outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney (knee) is the biggest name on the list. While the Pro Bowl defensive end doesn’t have a sack yet this season, he can still be a game-wrecker and somebody that teams have to account for. Clowney has been dealing with a knee issue for much of the year and will give it some rest this week.

The Titans will also be without starting guard Rodger Saffold (ankle), cornerback Adoree Jackson (knee), and wide receiver Adam Humphries (concussion). Saffold is a huge piece of their offensive line, which is already without Pro Bowl left tackle Taylor Lewan. Without Jackson, recently acquired Desmond King may step in as a starting cornerback.

Backup tight end MyCole Pruitt (knee) and defensive lineman Larrell Murchison (rib) were also ruled out. Starting center Ben Jones (knee) and reserve cornerback Kareem Orr (groin) are questionable. Jones didn’t practice all week.

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The Browns defense believes it can stack another quality performance together in Week 11 against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Cleveland has played its best two defensive games of the season against its two previous opponents in the Las Vegas Raiders and Houston Texans, two teams that certainly don’t lack any offensive firepower but were limited to 23 combined points.

Many factors played into the low outputs. Sure, the windy conditions from both games made all passes a real challenge, but the Browns still found a way to stop the run and limit the short passing game against the Texans. Many Browns coaches and players also gave credit to the Week 9 bye week as an opportunity to get healthy and take a deep dive into what improvements can be made in the second half of the season.

“I felt like we were more consistent in terms of what we were doing,” defensive coordinator Joe Woods said Thursday. “We have played a couple of games where the weather has been a factor. I think all those things – the self-scout, the guys getting better and the conditions – helped us to play the game last week.”

Now, the Browns are looking to stay consistent and shut down the Eagles, who have struggled to find production offensively but have dealt with injuries to key players across their offense — and some of those players could return to a full capacity Sunday.

Tight end Zach Ertz and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery have played in just seven combined games this season. Jeffery saw the field for the first time last week but didn’t catch a pass. Ertz was designated to return from injured reserve Monday and could be available for the first time in more than a month.

Running back Miles Sanders also missed three games due to injury, but when healthy, he’s proven to be one of the most efficient rushers in the league — he’s averaged 6 yards per carry this season, which ranks third among qualified players.

“They are a team that has fought through injuries, and they are getting a lot of guys back and a lot of their guys back this week,” Woods said. “To what level and to what extent, we do not know that right now. When you surround a quarterback of this caliber with more weapons, it definitely makes it a tougher situation for us defensively.”

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The defense’s biggest strength thus far in 2020 has been forcing turnovers, and that might be a big factor against quarterback Carson Wentz, who has thrown a league-high 12 interceptions. Wentz, who threw 27 touchdowns and seven interceptions last season, is still a talented quarterback capable of winning games with both his arm and his legs — he has 206 rushing yards and five touchdowns on the ground in 2020 — and likely will be given a huge boost by the returns of some of his top receivers.

The Browns, however, will look to spoil those returns and force takeaways. They’re 5-1 in games with at least one takeaway, and they’ve been longing to add more to their 14 turnovers.

“I just feel like (Wentz) is trying to do as much as he can for the team in order for those guys to make plays,” Woods said. “At times, whether it is rush or whether they are covering their receivers well, he may probably have some throws that he wants back. I think that is where the inconsistencies come. When you watch him, he is really just trying to make plays for his team.”

The Browns aren’t making any preconceived notions about the Eagles’ 3-5-1 record, either. Many of those games didn’t feature several of the Eagles’ top offensive playmakers, and now, for the first time all season, Philadelphia might have a full arsenal of talent.

But the Browns defense is playing some of its best football. The confidence is high and the pieces seem to be coming together for more strong performances. Oh, and if there were any concerns about the weather, the current Cleveland forecast for Sunday is calling for rain and winds around 10 miles per hour.

No matter what the conditions are like and who’s playing, the Browns will feel ready to keep thriving.

“We are prepared for it,” Woods said. “We are going to have to play at our best to have a chance.”

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If teams are going to target Cheap Patrick Queen Jersey in pass coverage, he is committed to making them pay.

Queen is having an excellent season as a rookie starter at inside linebacker, but Sunday night’s game against the New England Patriots was not his best performance.

During the 23-17 defeat, Queen was beaten on a trick play, a 24-yard touchdown pass from wide receiver Jakobi Meyers to running back Rex Burkhead. Queen hesitated for a split second when Burkhead swung out of the backfield, giving Meyers a window to loft a perfect pass over Queen’s head and into Burkhead’s arms.

Meanwhile, the Patriots also had success running the ball, and Queen missed on a couple tackles he normally makes. It was a learning experience, but he’s determined not to lose confidence.

“It comes with being a rookie,” Queen said. “I was going to get tested regardless; no matter if I was playing good coverage this whole year, or not. This year, so far, my coverage has been a little bit shaky. So, it’s something that I need to improve on. I know that teams are going to keep trying me on it. So, just everyday I’m going to come in and keep trying to improve on the stuff that I’m getting tested on.”

The Ravens will need a strong defensive effort Sunday against the Tennessee Titans, led by star running back Derrick Henry. Baltimore’s tackling and physicality will be tested, and Queen is looking forward to the challenge.

Queen said he experimented last week with lining a bit further back from the line of scrimmage to give himself more time to diagnose plays. He said it worked well for the most part, but he needs to play with more force.

“I just have to be more physical when I come downhill,” said Queen, who leads the team in tackles with 61. “That’s the bottom line; just be physical and that will take care of everything else.

“I found myself trying to be more right than more physical. I felt like that just kind of threw me off a little bit. Like I said, I have to go back to the old me – just coming downhill, playing physical [and] playing my style of ball. Everybody knows that I was that type of guy in college, and that’s what really helped me get where I’m at. When an opportunity is thrown my way, I’m just going to take full advantage of it and go back to the old me.”

Queen wasn’t with the Ravens last season when they were eliminated from the playoffs by Tennessee, but the importance of the game is obvious with both teams coming off a defeat and fighting to reach the postseason.

“We all know what’s at stake with this game,” Queen said. “We know what happened last year, and we know that nobody wants that to happen again.”

Return of Fort Would Lift Defense

Inside linebacker Cheap L.J. Fort Jersey (finger) has missed the last two games, which has been a loss for the inside linebacker group. While Cheap Malik Harrison Jersey and Cheap Chris Board Jersey have done well with extra playing time, getting Fort back in the lineup would be a boost to the defense getting ready for Henry. Fort returned to practice as a full participant on Wednesday.

“Anytime you can get to a full rotation and have all your people there, it helps,” Defensive Coordinator Wink Martindale said. “L.J. played really well last year against Tennessee. I’m expecting him to do the same this week. You got your full bullpen if you will.”

Roman Says Dez Bryant is Making Strides

Veteran wide receiver Cheap Dez Bryant Jersey did not get called up from the practice squad against the Patriots after playing two snaps Week 9 against the Indianapolis Colts. But Offensive Coordinator Greg Roman said Bryant has looked good in practice, which could result in a larger role at some point.

“Dez is doing a good job,” Roman said. “He’s really getting caught up, he’s working hard at practice. It’s good to have him aboard. We’ll see where that leads moving forward. I don’t think there’s any real timeline right now. I do think if Dez keeps progressing he will definitely become a factor in what we do.”

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A crucial play that hurt the Ravens on Sunday came on fourth-and-1 play when Cheap Matt Skura Jersey made an errant snap to Mark Ingram II, who was lined up in the Wildcat formation. Considering the wet conditions and with Jackson on their side, some have questioned whether that was a good call for the situation, but Roman is not second-guessing the decision.

“When things don’t work out, you always say, ‘Geez, maybe I could’ve done something different,'” Roman said. “I had full confidence in those guys to execute. That’s a play we practice quite a bit. Unfortunately that was a play that we had a bad snap on. It is what it is. We need to correct it and move on.”