In less than three weeks with the Ravens, Marqueston Huff had carved out a role on special teams. On Sunday, he proved he can play defense, too.
After losing starting free safety Lardarius Webb to a hamstring injury in the third quarter against the New York Jets, and with backup Kendrick Lewis on injured reserve because of a thigh injury, the Ravens turned to the 5-foot-11, 196-pound Huff to fill the void. The third-year pro did not record a defensive statistic in the 24-16 loss, but he wasn't a liability in the secondary, either.
“It’s always good to get out there and try to make an impact on the defensive side of...
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