Suggs insists Ravens won't lose six games this season

Linebacker's confidence stems from what Packers did last season

November 15, 2011|By Edward Lee

Terrell Suggs was quite outspoken in his displeasure with the Ravens’ performance in Sunday’s 22-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks – a setback that prevented the team from assuming control of the AFC North and the overall conference.

But the outside linebacker was equally insistent that the Ravens’ third loss of the season would not cripple the team’s objective of reaching the postseason for the fourth consecutive season. And he cited last year’s Super Bowl champion, the Green Bay Packers, as an example of his confidence.

“[W]ithout struggle, there’s no progress,” Suggs said. “We’re going to move forward. We’re 6-3. It’s not the end of the world. I remember how the Super Bowl champs were 10-6. We’re not going to lose six games. We’re just going to learn from here and wherever the road, however it plans out, however we’ve got to go do it, we’re going to have to go do.”

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