Two Ravens Miss Their Second Straight Practice

The Baltimore Ravens have plenty of talent on this current squad, and should be expected to be a powerhouse in the AFC, but they've struggled finishing games in 2022, leaving them with a 3-3 record, and a share of first place in the AFC North with the Cincinnati Bengals. Unfortunately for the Ravens, they've not managed to keep all of their talent on the field at one time this year, and after Rashod Bateman missed their Week 6 loss to the New York Giants, they've received even more bad news, as both All-Pro tight end Mark Andrews and talented running back J.K. Dobbins have missed their second straight practice.

This puts them in danger of missing three key offensive pieces ahead of their divisional showdown with the Cleveland Browns, and if DeSean Jackson isn't ready with the full playbook, the offence would be in dire straights for the crucial matchup.

It's unclear yet how serious the injuries are that are keeping both out of practice, but with three days to go until they battle the Browns, there's a good chance of recovery, and that's what Ravens fans will be hoping and praying for. The offence has been good in 2022, just not good enough in the biggest spots, and without Bateman, Andrews and Dobbins, this team would genuinely struggle to move the ball, even with a superstar like Lamar Jackson playing QB.

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