Today is the chance for New York Jets free safety Ed Reed to visit the one place he thought he’d always be, as he faces the Baltimore Ravens for the second time this season, and he hopes to make a bigger impact this time around.
“It’s always special going back to Baltimore,” said Reed.
The future hall of famer spent 11 seasons there before returning to M&T Bank Stadium as a Texan during a 30-9 loss to the Ravens in Week 3.
Reed would eventually became a Jet after a surprisingly short seven-game stint in Houston, and he said this of Sunday’s showdown:
“It’s a football game. It’s a job that we’re trying to get done, that they’re trying to get done. So it’s going to be fun.”
It’s been “fun” for Red thus far, as he’a already made a potential game-changing play when he dislodged a touchdown catch from the hands of Jacoby Jones: