For the second-straight week, a Baltimore Raven has earned the AFC defensive player of the week. After rookie linebacker Patrick Queen earned the award in Week 5, veteran defensive lineman Calais Campbell received the award after dominating the Philadelphia Eagles. Against the Eagles, Campbell bullied his way to 3.0 sacks, inching him ever closer to the centennial mark.
The NFC East has a 2-15-1 record (. in non-division games, which is third worst through six weeks since the 1970 merger. The AFC East was 1-9 (.
With Baltimore arriving at its bye week, here’s a quick rundown of how every Ravens' draft pick — plus a few undrafted rookies — has fared so far: ILB Patrick Queen (Round 1, Pick 28) Stats: 44 tackles, two sacks, four tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries (one returned for a touchdown), one pass defended Skinny: Queen has done more than simply hold down the starting role in the middle of the Ravens' defense.