September 27, 2012;Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis (52) pumps up the crowd during the game against the Cleveland Browns at M

NFL Headlines: Aaron Rogers Career Night, & the End of Ray Lewis?


The Baltimore Ravens were hit with some devesating blows on the injury front yesterday during the teams’ hard-fought 31-29 victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Team doctors believe that MLB Ray Lewis suffered a tear in his triceps that may cost the first-ballot Hall of Famer the rest of the 2012 season. Being a 37-year old linebacker in his 17th NFL season, we may have seen the last of one of the greatest defensive players of all-time.


Aaron Rodgers showed again why he;s the best QB in the NFL today, as he set a career-high and tied a franchise record with six touchdown passes, three of which going to his new #1 target with Greg Jennings sidelined in Jordy Nelson, and the Green Bay Packers dominated the previously unbeaten Texans, 42-24, on Sunday night in Houston. It was one of the most impressive wins by an NFL team this season, and should end any doubt that the Packers were overrated.


While the Ravens figures out how long Lewis will be out, ESPN’s Adam Schefter confirmed last night that CB Lardarius Webb tore his left ACL in their win over the Cowboys, and he is done for the year.


Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb is undergoing X-rays on his ribs after he was knocked out of yesterday’s game vs. the Bills. John Skelton was ineffective in relief, and he was unable to lead the Cardinals to victory as the lost at home for the first time in the last nine games.


Don’t expect the Saints bountygate case to go away anytime soon, as new court filings are coming today in the bounty cases.


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