In one game, Kamar Aiken matched what he had done in his first three.
In Sunday’s 28-27 loss to the Oakland Raiders, the Ravens wide receiver caught three passes on four targets – both of which matched numbers in his first three games. He gained just nine yards on those three receptions, but that was nearly half of the 19 yards he had entering the game.
Aiken’s disappearance after leading the offense last season in catches (75), yards (944) and touchdown receptions (five) had been a much-scrutinized topic, but he appeared to be more involved in the offense on Sunday.
“It was definitely a good point for me,” he said....