The Ravens beat the Cowboys on Sunday, but the game may have done more damage than good to their 2012 season.
Jeff Darlington from the NFL Network tweeted that the team fears that linebacker Ray Lewis may have suffered a torn triceps and starting cornerback Ladarius Webb may have torn his ACL.
The injuries would further deplete the Ravens' defense that's already missing Terrell Suggs.
The torn triceps would likely keep Lewis out for the remainder of the season. The Ravens' future Hall of Fame linebacker has 43 tackles on the season after losing weight this season to recharge his game.
Webb has been the No. 1 cornerback for the Ravens and his injury would keep him out until next season as well. Second-year player Jimmy Smith would replace Webb in the starting defense.
Very bad news for Ravens' defense: The team fears torn triceps for LB Ray Lewis and torn ACL for CB Lardarius Webb, according to sources.
— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) October 14, 2012