NFL Week 12: Baltimore Ravens coach thankful for CJ Mosley

Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh got a jump on giving thanks. While the rest of the nation has the Thursday holiday, Harbaugh was at it on Sunday.

After the last play before the two-minute warning in the Ravens’ 23-0 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, two-time Pro Bowl linebackerĀ C.J. Mosley limped to the Baltimore sideline.

“He comes limping off, and I’m not happy about it,” Harbaugh said. “I wasn’t really pointing the finger at myself. I’m not responsible for every substitution. I did say, ‘If he’s hurt, we’re the dumbest coaching staff in America.'”

Mosley had just made his seventh tackle of the game, causing Green Bay running back Devante Mays to fumble.

“The coaches didn’t say much, but I know that they were praying,” Harbaugh said. “I said, ‘Everybody say a prayer for C.J. Mosley’s ankle.’ And (linebacker Terrell Suggs) looked back and goes, ‘He’s OK. He’s up and walking.’ I said, ‘See? The prayer worked.’

“We’ll give full credit to God, where it belongs, for that one.”

A prep star atĀ Theodore and a two-time consensus All-American at Alabama, Mosley is Baltimore’s leading tackler and the signal-caller for the Ravens’ defense.

The Baltimore offense ranks next-to-last in yardage in the NFL this season, but the Ravens’ win on Sunday evened their record at 5-5 and put Baltimore into the

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