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Ravens lose center Matt Skura for the season ahead of bout with 49ers

Nov 26, 2019 at 12:37 PM--


The Baltimore Ravens will be without center Matt Skura on Sunday, and for the remainder of the season, when the team hosts the San Francisco 49ers, according to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network. Skura suffered a knee injury during Monday night's win over the Los Angeles Rams.


Skura left Monday's game in the first quarter. The Ravens went on to win 45-6.

Skura started all 11 games this season for the Ravens after starting all 16 in 2018. Baltimore signed him as an undrafted free agent out of Duke in 2016.

San Francisco owns one of the league's most dominant defensive lines and leads the league in sacks with 44. Four 49ers defenders, Arik Armstead, DeForest Buckner, Nick Bosa, and Dee Ford, have more than five sacks this season. Armstead leads the team with 10.

The Ravens offense will be a tall task for the 49ers defense. The Baltimore unit leads the league in rushing yards per game (210.5) and points per game (35.1). It also leads the NFL in rushing touchdowns this season with 17 trips into the end zone.

H/t to Patrick Tulini for the find.





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