Breer: Looks Like A Baltimore Win On Paper

December 20, 2013 1:21 PM
Breer: Looks Like A Baltimore Win On Paper
" BOSTON (CBS) – With the Patriots offensive line banged up and facing a tough matchup against the Ravens defense, Albert Breer of the NFL Network thinks, on paper, that it will be a Baltimore win against the Patriots Sunday afternoon.

“If you’re going into this game without [left tackle] Nate Solder – and that seems like a very real possibility after getting a concussion two straight weeks – and you’re already without Sebastian Vollmer and you have to block Elvis Dumervil, Haloti Ngata and Terrell Suggs, I think that’s a problem.”

Felger & Mazz: Ravens Stand As Patriots Biggest Foe

The Ravens are once again ranked at the top of the league in total defense, and it’s their unit up front that really sets the agenda with the aforementioned Dumervil, Ngata and Suggs.

Breer thinks that Baltimore presents a tough challenge defensively against the Patriots, as well as offensively "

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