"I don't even look at it that way," he said in the locker room beneath Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. "I just look at it like, if I start or don't start, I'm going to be there for them when they need me. I just want to be on the field. I just want to help this team win a championship. So I've come to realize that I'm here to help the Baltimore Ravens as a team. I'm not here as an individual. So wherever they want me, I'll play. I was out there today, and it felt good. … So I'm just going to go out to work next week and hope that I can start the next game [against the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday]."Webb tied free safety Haruki Nakamura for second among the Ravens players with four tackles each. But his most notable play occurred in the third quarter when his 93-yard fumble return for a touchdown was overturned after officials ruled that rookie defensive end Pernell McPhee hit Eagles rookie quarterback Mike Kafka's arm as it was moving forward.