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Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker C.J. Mosley made 12 tackles in a 23-16 victory over the Houston Texans on Monday night.
Mosley was one of the six players with Alabama football roots who played for the Baltimore defense, which came up with two interceptions and a fumble and held Houston to three field goals after the Texans’ offense drove 90 yards for a touchdown on its opening possession.
Mosley (Theodore, Alabama) led the Ravens in tackles even though he came off the field briefly with a stinger and to be check for a concussion, and he missed practice time last week because of an ankle injury. Mosley ranks fifth in the NFL with 95 tackles this season.
Baltimore improved to 6-5 and moved into the final playoff qualifying position in the AFC with five games to play. Houston’s postseason chances took a hit as the Texans fell to 4-7.
The other state players on the Baltimore defense included:
Michael Pierce (Daphne, Samford) started at nose tackle and made three tackles.
Outside linebacker Za’Darius Smith (Greenville) made two tackles, had two quarterback hits and broke up a pass.
Defensive back Lardarius Webb (Beauregard) made one tackle.
Cornerback Marlon Humphrey (Hoover, Alabama) and outside linebacker Tim Williams (Alabama) played but did not record any stats.
Four players with Alabama football roots played for the Texans:
Kareem Jackson (Alabama) started at right cornerback and made three tackles.
Jay Prosch (UMS-Wright, Auburn) started at fullback, but did not record any stats.
Inside linebacker Zach Cunningham (Pinson Valley) made four tackles.
Defensive end Angelo Blackson (Auburn) played, but did not record any stats.
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Rookie cornerback Jaylen Hill (Jacksonville State) was designated as inactive for the game by Baltimore.
On Sunday, the Ravens play the Detroit Lions and the Texans face the Tennessee Titans.
C.J. Mosley might’ve allayed some fear among fans when he made his first appearance of the week at Saturday’s practice and was a full participant. But the Ravens middle linebacker never had a doubt that he was going to suit up for Monday night’s game against the Houston Texans at M&T Bank Stadium.
“I’m playing,” he said. “So I’m not worried about that.”
Mosley, who was labeled as questionable in the team’s final injury report of the week, suffered a right ankle injury in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 23-0 shutout of the Green Bay Packers when outside linebacker Za’Darius Smith fell on top of his leg while trying to recover a fumble caused by Mosley. Mosley, who playfully blamed Patrick Onwuasor even though the weak-side linebacker was not on the field at the time, acknowledged that the film of the injury looked worse than it actually was.
“It could have been bad because I was being blocked back while I got landed on, but it was a minor sprain,” he said. “I felt pretty decent out there today. So I’ve got pretty much today and tomorrow and most of Monday to get it going.”
Coach John Harbaugh sounded pleased about the return of Mosley, who is tied for seventh in the NFL in tackles (83).
“He’s going to be fine, and he’ll be ready to go,” Harbaugh said.