Ravens vs. 49ers: Play of the game – Baltimore Beatdown clock menu more-arrow no yes Horizontal – White Follow Baltimore Beatdown on Twitter Follow Baltimore Beatdown on Facebook Follow Baltimore Beatdown on Instagram Search Horizontal – White Stubhub Logo Horizontal

It wasn’t pretty, but the Ravens grinded out a victory against the 49ers on Sunday. Despite poor playing conditions due to rainy weather from start to finish, there were still numerous highlight moments throughout the game. Chuck Clark sack and forced fumble: Since taking over as the team’s starting strong safety for the injured Tony Jefferson, Chuck Clark has been a revelation. He made a key play once again on Sunday, coming up with a sack and forced fumble in the first quarter. The 49ers had just scored on their opening possession and got the ball back, looking to extend their lead. Clark shed an initial chop block and got back into the play, bringing Jimmy Garoppolo down with some help from DE Jihad Ward. Because the 49ers were at their own 30 yard line, this play set the Ravens offense up with great field position. China Safety Shoe Mark Andrews 20-yard touchdown reception: While his yardage and reception totals have paled in comparison to Week 1 and Week 2, TE Mark Andrews has been on a scoring tear recently. This continued on Sunday, when the team’s leading receiver caught a 20-yard lob from Jackson in the first quarter. It was not only a great pass but a nice job by Andr...

Packers-Chiefs Injury Report: Adams Says He Could Be Game-Time Decision

The Green Bay Packers’ star receiver said his injured toe is feeling “2 million times” better than it did after suffering the injury in the fourth quarter against Philadelphia on Sept. 26. By comparison, he said it was only 1 million times better last week. However, he didn’t practice for a second consecutive day and called himself a game-time decision for Sunday night’s game at Kansas City. “I’m not playing with you guys or with any other team,” Adams said. “I’m trying every day to get back to where I was and I’m just not quite there yet. I’ve made a lot of progress. I got a lot of different things I couldn’t do at this point last week, so as it continues to heal, we’ll have more time, feeling better and better.” On Wednesday, Adams went through the opening stretch with the team before heading into the Don Hutson Center with a trainer and a couple additional pairs of shoes. Having picked a pair of Nike Vapor Untouchables, a style he likes because “the top is a little more forgiving,” Adams again went through the opening stretch before retreating inside the Hutson Center. Adams and center Corey Linsley (back) were the only players to not practice on Thursday. Rookie safety Darne...