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Ray Lewis may be the heartbeat and Ed Reed the headline-grabber, but over and over again in Ravens games, No. 37 always seems to show up on the screen making a play. Josh Wilson has been a mostly unheralded cornerback. Don't expect that much longer, especially if he shuts down Wallace, who had a terrific year, the way he did Kansas City's Dwayne Bowe last week. Chris Carr may get the assignment on Wallace occasionally, but Wilson's speed likely will keep him on Wallace most of the game. Altogether, the Ravens have eight interceptions in their last three games, in large part because of Wilson's cover skills.

Photo: AP; Al Tielemans/SI

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