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Obafemi Ayanbadejo

Notebook: Ravens defense found ways to pressure the Chargers

Notebook: Ravens defense found ways to pressure the Chargers

— Ravens defensive end Arthur Jones waited a long time to experience the moment of tackling an NFL quarterback to the ground. During the 27th game of his NFL career, Jones recorded his first two sacks as he contributed to the Ravens harassing San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers. Unlike last year when Rivers seemingly had an eternity to stand in the pocket and shred the defense in a decisive win over Baltimore, the Ravens sacked him six times Sunday afternoon during a dramatic 16-13 overtime victory at Qualcomm Stadium. The six sacks were a season-high for the Ravens. "It feels great, it feels amazing," said Jones, who started his fourth consecutive game at left...

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