(SAN DIEGO) — The Baltimore Ravens (8-2) will try and avoid another loss to the Chargers (4-6) on Sunday. In a rematch of last year’s 34-14 win by San Diego, the Ravens are a team on a mission this season.
Baltimore will have safety Ed Reed on Sunday after his suspension was uplifted earlier this week and the team will be looking to win its fourth straight win.
“Wins in the NFL are very hard to come by,” said Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs. “You definitely can’t overlook anybody, this team is dangerous.”
Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers has thrown for 955 yards and six touchdowns with three picks in his last three starts against Baltimore, but the team has lost their last five out of six games.
“We gotta bounce back because Baltimore not going to feel sorry for us,” said Rivers. “They’re on a roll right now, we’ve got to be ready to step to the challenge.”
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Natalia Hepworth, EastIdahoNews.com