Michael Oher Injured During Ravens-Patriots Game

The Baltimore Ravens had a little bit of a scare in Sunday's AFC Championship game when right tackle Michael Oher went down with what looked like an ugly leg injury. Oher was hit in the legs from behind by a New England Patriots player and fell awkwardly.

Here's a look at the injury:

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Patriots medical personnel tended to Oher before he was helped off the field. CBS cameras showed Oher walking around on the sidelines so he could return.

Side note of a pun fail: Jim Nantz said during the broadcast that Jah Reid would step in to protect Joe Flacco's blindside, a reference to Oher's movie, Blind Side. But Flacco is right-handed so the right tackle is actually not his blind side.

For updates and analysis on these teams during the 2012 AFC Championship, visit Ravens blog Baltimore Beatdown, Patriots blog Pats Pulpit and SB Nation Boston. Don't forget to check out SB Nation's NFL hub for all your playoff news.

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