7 Ravens that impressed in Week 11 victory over the Bears

Ravens, Tyler Huntley (Photo by Quinn Harris-USA TODAY Sports)
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Ravens, Tyus Bowser
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3. Tyus Bowser, OLB, Ravens

It is safe to say that the best Baltimore Ravens player on the field this past Sunday versus the Chicago Bears was outside linebacker Tyus Bowser. Bowser had a performance of the ages as he wreaked havoc in the Bears backfield from start to the game’s final snap.

While he sealed the walk-off sack, he was also the driving force behind the only generated turnover for the Baltimore defense on the afternoon. Overall, he had a complete and stellar performance that genuinely enabled the team to be victorious.

4. Odafe Oweh, OLB, Ravens

While teammate Tyus Bowser was running amok in the backfield, so was the standout young Ravens rookie Odafe Oweh. Oweh generated five total pressures on the afternoon, including two hits and three hurries on the Bears’ quarterbacks.

After having a relatively quiet performance in Week 9 versus the Minnesota Vikings, Odafe has been on a hot streak the past two weeks. In total, he has generated 10 pressures to include one sack in the past two weeks.

Should he continue his strong play down the stretch, NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year honors may not be out of the question.

5. Patrick Queen, ILB, Ravens

Another Ravens defender who has been producing at a high level lately is inside linebacker Patrick Queen. Against the Bears yesterday, he showed that he could be a difference-maker with the new position change.

Each week, he shows progress and diagnoses run plays more quickly, which is terrifying for opposing offensive players as he already possesses world-class speed.

As a result, he generated four tackles yesterday and assisted on two others. Queen’s potential is being tapped into just in time for the team’s inevitable playoff push.