End zone: With two sacks Sunday, linebacker Terrell Suggs broke into the NFL’s top 20 in career sacks, tying former Pro Bowl defensive end Simeon Rice for 19th place with 122 sacks each. Suggs, who is already the franchise leader in sacks, said that moving into the top 20 was an honor, but he has his sights set on loftier goals. “It’s all in how you finish,” he said. “I said it before on Sunday. If you don’t get in [to the playoffs], it means nothing. Let us get in first, then we can talk about everything you want to. Let us get in.” … Special teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg declined to say whether he received an explanation from officials on a punt by Sam Koch that was ruled a touchback in the third quarter. “You’re setting me up here. You’re asking me an officials question,” Rosburg joked. “I’m sure John got an explanation. I let John do all the talking with the officials and afterwards. So I’ll just leave it at that. I thought it was an incredible play. Not only the punt but the guys that didn’t touch it were some incredibly athletic maneuvers not to hit it. I don’t know if they were all designed, but they were incredibly athletic. I mean, it was like ‘The Matrix’ thing going on there with guys going through the air. It was an incredible play, and it’s unfortunate that it didn’t come out in our favor.” … As part of Monday Night Football’s “Monday Night Lights” promotion, the Ravens welcomed one coach and one player from every high school football team in Baltimore City to Saturday’s practice. Several of the players ran routes and caught passes from quarterback Josh Woodrum.