Ray Rice slashes Chicago’s defense for a 47 yard gain (GIF)

Nov 17, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice (27) runs the ball against the Chicago Bears during the first quarter at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports

This game between the Baltimore Ravens and Chicago Bears is a must win for both teams who are looking to get momentum back on their side.

Chicago currently trails the first place Detroit Lions by a game, who happen to be leading the Pittsburgh Steelers right now.

There has been some crazy weather in Chicago today as multiple tornadoes have been spotted on the ground across the state. All this weather has been pushing east and blowing right over Chicago causing strong winds around 40-50 miles per hour and a lot of rain. The seating area and the field was evacuated due to the weather.

Chicago’s defense looked like it evacuated the field during the game. This defense has struggled against both the pass and the rush, on top of losing some key players for six weeks up to the remainder of the season. Baltimore has had it’s very own struggles as well, which happens to be their running game.

Before Chicago, Ray Rice’s longest rush was for only 14 yards, today he broke away for a 47 yard pick up which later resulted in him running it in from two yards out for a touchdown. He currently has over 50 yards and a touchdown in the first quarter of this game.

When the game returns, the Ravens will be kicking to Chicago.

Baltimore currently leads Chicago 10-0.


Topics: Baltimore Ravens, Chicago Bears, Ray Rice

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