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Baltimore Ravens Are Getting Crushed By Injuries This Thursday Night

Ravens tight end Mark Andrews vs. the Buccaneers

If you're a fan of the Baltimore Ravens, tonight's Thursday Night Football matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has surely been hard to watch.

Despite leading late in the fourth quarter, Baltimore has seen several injuries pile up to key players throughout the course of tonight's game. 

Superstar tight end Mark Andrews left the contest early in the second quarter with a shoulder injury, wide receiver Rashod Bateman (foot) exited the game in the third quarter, and now running back Gus Edwards is questionable to return after suffering a hamstring injury in the fourth quarter. 

"Bateman. Andrews. Now the Gus Bus is down. Terrible night of injuries for the Ravens," Andy Holloway tweeted Thursday night. 

Andrews, Bateman and Edwards were all questionable coming into tonight's game, and now it appears none will finish out Thursday's contest.  

Filling in for Mark Andrews, tight end Isaiah Likely has been Lamar Jackson's favorite target tonight, racking up six catches for 77 yards and a touchdown. 

With two minutes left to play in the fourth quarter, the Ravens lead the Buccaneers 27-16.