The Ravens might not have known much about Tim Jamison, but the Houston Texans defensive end made his presence known by sacking quarterback Joe Flacco twice in the Oct. 16 meeting between both teams.
Jamison, who signed with Houston as an undrafted rookie in 2009, had the best game of his career against the Ravens, adding a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.
Right guard Marshal Yanda said the offensive line is cognizant of Jamison, who usually fills in for Antonio Smith.
“They rotate some guys in there, and he’s a good player,” Yanda said. “He can rush the passer, and J.J. Watt is playing better at the end of the season here, and probably he would because he’s a rookie and getting more experience. They’re a very good defense. They’re talented up front, and they’ve got some linebackers, and they’re playing well in the secondary, too. So they’re a good defense.”
Yanda well aware of Texans' Jamison
Unheralded defensive end made two sacks, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery vs. Ravens
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