Ray Rice Exits During Fourth Quarter Versus Browns: NFL News at YouWager

The Baltimore Ravens weren’t pessimistic in regards to Ray Rice’s status after the star player left during the fourth quarter of the team’s 14-6 win Sunday versus the Cleveland Browns with a hip flexor strain.

According to YouWager experts, the running back went down without getting hit with 11:57 to play and never came back.

Rice wasn’t scheduled for an MRI, and he didn’t walk with a limp after the game.

The 26 year-old finished with 36 yards on 13 carries (2.8-yard average). Rice fumbled late in the third quarter.

The Ravens used backup running back Bernard Pierce to replace Rice and ran for 57 yards and one touchdown on 19 carries.

Fantasy football fans expressed via social media that they weren’t happy about Rice’s exit, who managed to surpass 1,100 yards rushing in each of the four NFL seasons since running for 454 as a rookie in 2008. The 3x Pro Bowler responded in turn:



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