Ravens Lose Starting Tackle in First Half

The Baltimore Ravens are in the middle of a closely-contested Week 6 showdown with the New York Giants, and things will be a little more complicated along the offensive line going forward. Starting right tackle Morgan Moses exited late in the second quarter with a heel injury. Moses was carted to the locker room and failed to return in the second half. Patrick Mekari took over on the right side in his absence. The Ravens finished the first half up 10-7 over the Giants.

The Ravens scored a field goal on the opening drive of the second half without Moses, extending their lead to 13-7. Despite the lack of points, the Ravens have moved the ball effectively today, totalling 320 yards in a little over two quarters of play.
Moses joined the Ravens on a three-year, $15 million contract during the 2022 offseason after one year with the New York Jets. Before that, he spent seven seasons with the Washington Commanders, where he made 96 consecutive starts from 2015 to 2020. Pro Football Focus gave him a 65.6 overall grade for his play through five weeks this year.
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