((ENJoY)).Green.Bay.Packers.vs.Baltimore.Ravens.Live.Stream.NFL.Week6.Football.Hdq Ravens will rush Aaron Rodgers from the edges of their hybrid 3-4 defense with Terrell Suggs and former Bronco Elvis Dumervil. It's Terrell Suggs' football team now,He's taking over the team. That guy is a beast. He's not a guy with first-step quickness, but he's got the power in his lower body and he gets tremendous leverage. He's got enough juice to turn the corner. He's a dual threat with the power and the speed. That combination is hard to find. ... When they signed Dumervil, do you know what Suggs' comment was 'I've never had a guy on the other side of me.' Dumervil's diminutive for the position, but he's elusive and has a low center of gravity. He's got hips and that spark. He hasn't been getting all these numbers, but now that Suggs is starting to jump up, people will start double-teaming Suggs

Former Viking LT Bryant McKinnie used his long wingspan and savvy to help the Ravens win the title last year by playing effectively in four postseason starts after sitting on the bench all season. He has been more of a liability this year. a defensive coach for a recent Ravens opponent said. "Now that they traded for a guy (Jacksonville's Eugene Monroe), I wouldn't doubt they put him on the bench. Can't make a cut-off block in a million years because he's too slow, too lazy. Too bad Clay Matthews isn't playing. He'd have run by him like a (expletive) open door." Monroe arrived from the Jaguars Oct. 3 for fourth- and fifth-round draft choices. He was inactive last Sunday. "He's a decent player," the coach said. "Above average. Good movement. Pretty good pass-protection. He'll be a big improvement over McKinnie. He can cut off the three-techniques (defensive tackles) compared to McKinnie, who couldn't do it no matter what

Center Gino Gradkowski, who inherited the job when Matt Birk retired after the Super Bowl, is struggling. "He's a step down from Birk," the defensive coach said. "We just thought he was sort of an average type guy. Nothing exceptional. Doesn't have great quickness or strength." The guards are Marshal Yanda, a two-time Pro Bowl selection, and second-year man Kelechi Osemele

After the Super Bowl, the Ravens cut SS Bernard Pollard and made the decision not to resign FS Ed Reed. GM Ozzie Newsome promoted backup James Ihedigbo for Pollard and then gave former Raider Michael Huff $1.5 million guaranteed to take Reed's spot. Huff played so poorly in the opener against Denver that rookie Matt Elam, a first-round draft choice from Florida, took over. "Ihedigbo is more of a box safety-special teams player ideally," one scout said. "But he will hit a guy and seems to have a really good grasp of the defense. He's a pro. What he lacks in range and speed he makes up for with toughness and striking power. Huff wasn't the physical presence that those guys needed