The injuries are coming fast and furious for the Ravens.
After losing Pro Bowl fullback Le'Ron McClain to a sprained ankle in the second quarter, safety Dawan Landry and left tackle Michael Oher both had to leave the field with injuries early in the third quarter.
Landry suffered a concussion when he put a huge hit on Buccaneers running back Carnell Williams. He is out for the rest of the game.
Haruki Nakamura, a third-year man out of Cincinnati, is in for Landry at his strong safety spot.
The news on Oher is slightly more positive; the second-year tackle has a knee sprain, and his return is probable.
Nevertheless, for the time being, the Ravens have a banged up offensive line.
Oniel Cousins is now lining up at left tackle, and with Chris Chester out for a second straight game with a leg infection, Tony Moll is in at right guard.