Terrell Suggs has said he is not worried that he has not recorded a sack in his last three games.
The Baltimore Ravens linebacker got to the quarterback nine times in the Super Bowl champions' first eight games of the season, making his last sack against the Cleveland Browns at the start of the month.
The 31-year-old told the team's website: "It wasn't like I wasn't winning. I can't get down on myself. I've still got games left and I'm going to continue to play.
"I don't think anybody can count Chicago. It was just a terrible field to play on. I didn't get one last week, but facing Rex Ryan and not giving up a touchdown, winning 19-3 [against the New York Jets], I'll take that too."
The Ravens face the Pittsburgh Steelers this week, with Suggs having sacked their quarterback Ben Roethlisberger 16.5 times during his 11-year career.