Ravens’ Ray Rice and Torrey Smith questionable vs Bengals


Dec 22, 2013; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith (82) gives a stiff arm to New England Patriots safety Steve Gregory (28) at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

The Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals both have several key starters iffy to play Sunday in an AFC North clash that could be a preview of next week’s Wild Card round. If Baltimore wins and either the Dolphins or Chargers lose, the Ravens are in and may make a second-consecutive trip to Paul Brown Stadium, the only difference being that it’s an elimination game for both teams.

But if the Ravens hope to win on Sunday, they’l need a healthy Torrey Smith, the team’s top receiving threat, and it wouldn’t hurt to have running back Ray Rice healthy either, though Bernard Pierce has shown he’s capable of carrying the load.

Both Smith and Rice are listed as questionable for Sunday with thigh injuries, but the belief is both will suit-up in what could be their final game this year if they lose:

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