Arizona Cardinals At Baltimore Ravens- week 2

Arizona Cardinals Odds

Terrell Suggs has worn a gladiator mask during pregame introductions. He has worn a t-shirt that pictured a raven flipping the bird. He has worn out his welcome, especially in Pittsburgh, where he once said of Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger: “God can have his soul, but his ass belongs to me.” But Suggs has never not worn a No. 55 Ravens’ jersey in a game M&T Bank Stadium. After 16 seasons in Baltimore, rush end Suggs signed a two-year, $10 million free agent deal with the Cardinals in the offseason. Suggs was his old disruptive self in the season opener, with two sacks, three tackles for loss and two other quarterback hits in a 27-27 tie against Detroit. Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray and Ravens wide receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown connected for 12 touchdown passes in their two seasons at Oklahoma, 11 in 2018. Brown caught four passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns in his pro debut last week. ,

Baltimore Ravens odds

Head coach John Harbaugh said the Baltimore Ravens won’t worry about emotions with Suggs in town. They’re looking to build upon a dominant 59-10 beatdown of the Dolphins in Miami in which quarterback Lamar Jackson tossed five touchdowns and new running back Mark Ingram scored twice. Jackson is no stranger to Kingsbury, who said he informed his own agent to keep tabs on Jackson when the Heisman Trophy winner was only a freshman at Louisville. The Ravens were not tested defensively, but another new addition – safety Earl Thomas – made an impact with a first-quarter interception. Thomas presents a huge test to Murray, who struggled for three quarters before finding his groove in the fourth to tie the Lions. ,