Less than a half-hour after Sunday’s 23-0 win over the Green Bay Packers, all the turnovers and sacks the Ravens defense had just collected no longer mattered to one of the team’s leaders, Terrell Suggs.
The shutout, the Ravens’ third of the season, was a nice souvenir to take home from Lambeau Field, but if you asked Suggs, it was little else.
“We just have to build on it. You’ve got to be consistent,” Suggs said. “The worst thing in the world is to be mediocre. We can’t be mediocre. Let’s take the next step. Let’s get a game above .500. We’re taking next week like it’s our Super Bowl.”
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