After playing their first four games in a span of 18 days, the Ravens now have nine days to prepare for their next task. A couple of very valuable players will use some of that extra time to heal up. Wide receiver Torrey Smith and quarterback Joe Flacco both came away from Thursday's win over the Browns with a sprained ankle. However, according to the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec, both injuries are considered minor.
Smith missed the Ravens' final offensive series because of his sprain, but he said afterwards that he would be "all right." That appears to be the case. The Ravens will visit the Chiefs on Oct. 7, a great matchup for both Flacco and Smith, who has seen 20 targets in the past two games. I don't expect either player to be limited much during practice next week.