For much of the first half Monday, Ravens running back Terrance West stood on the edge of the sideline with his helmet on, waiting to get an opportunity to make an impact for his new team against his former one.
When he got the chance on the Ravens’ second drive of the third quarter, the former Towson University and Northwestern High School standout made the most of it. Now the backup to Buck Allen, West gave the Ravens’ offense a second-half boost by rushing seven times for 37 yards.
After Karlos Dansby returned Matt Schaub’s interception for a touchdown to give Cleveland the lead, the Ravens engineered a 12-play, 80-yard drive that ended with a Kamar...
Forget about the -1 they just put up against New Orleans. Focus more on the fact that they allowed just 22 points to the most potent offense in football. Also, they face the hapless Colts this week, which is always a nice holiday treat for a fantasy D. Last week: 22 points allowed This week: @Indianapolis