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“We’re going to have to wrap [him] up,” Ravens inside linebacker
Green-Ellis has powered the Bengals rushing attack to the No. 14 ranking in the league, and he has rushed for at least 100 yards in four of his last six games – a span in which Cincinnati has gone 5-1. Getting Green-Ellis going against the Ravens could alleviate some of the pressure on quarterback
It's possible that no one among the Ravens knows Green-Ellis better than defensive coordinator Dean Pees, who held the same position with the Patriots when Green-Ellis was there.
Pees said the one thing that impressed him about Green-Ellis was his no-nonsense decision process when determining where to run with the football.