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2019 Schedule
7-2, 1st in AFC North

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Ravens bolstered their defensive front by signing veteran defensive tackle Domata Peko on Tuesday, his agent announced. The Ravens also signed defensive tackle Justin Ellis and activated rookie cornerback Iman Marshall off injured reserve. To make room on the 53-man roster, Baltimore cut cornerback-punt returner Cyrus Jones and defensive end Ufomba Kamalu.

Jackson outshining the other QBs from the 2018 draft class (1:41)
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Orlovsky: The Ravens' offense is 'indefensible' (1:23)
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Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Lamar Jackson's Total QBR of 99.7 today is the highest QBR game by any quarterback this season. 2nd-highest? Lamar Jackson with a 99.4, against the Dolphins in Week 1.

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Jackson joins elite club with perfect passer rating

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson on Sunday became the second player in NFL history to produce a perfect passer rating (158.3) in multiple games in a single season.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

After that 47-yard TD run by Lamar Jackson, Ravens coach John Harbaugh told his coaches on the headset: "They'll be watching that run for decades and decades."

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Jackson dazzles as Ravens rout winless Bengals 49-13

Lamar Jackson threw for three touchdowns in a near-perfect passing performance and added a sensational 47-yard scoring run, Marcus Peters got his third pick-6 of the season -- this one off rookie Ryan Finley -- and the Baltimore Ravens won their fifth...

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

With Sunday's 49-13 rout of the winless Bengals, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens (7-2) are now one game back of the New England Patriots (8-1) for the top seed in the AFC. Jackson became the second player to produce a perfect passer rating in multiple games in the same season, joining Ben Roethlisberger. He also provided a highlight-reel 47-yard touchdown run, the longest rush by a quarterback since Cam Newton in 2017.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Lamar Jackson also has 367.8 fantasy points through the first 16 starts of his NFL career. The only quarterbacks to score more through 16 career starts: Patrick Mahomes (410.1), Cam Newton (370.3).

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

With Lamar Jackson's day now done, his 33.4 fantasy points brings his season total to 237.6. That's the fifth-most by any quarterback in history through his team's first nine games of a season.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson was 10-for-10 passing to start the game before spiking it at the end of the first half. Those 10 completions tied the Ravens franchise record for the most consecutive completions to start a game, according to Elias Sports Bureau. Joe Flacco did so in 2012 vs. Browns.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson delivered a perfect passer rating (158.3) in leading the Ravens to a 28-10 halftime lead in Cincinnati. Jackson was 10-of-11 for 180 yards and two touchdowns. His only incompletion was a spike to stop the clock late in the second quarter. Baltimore is surprisingly attacking the NFL's worst run defense through the air.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens have the NFL's best run offense, and Bengals have the league's worst run defense. So, how does Baltimore open the game? Throwing the ball on four of its first five plays. Lamar Jackson goes 4-for-4 for 76 yards and a touchdown. Ravens have now scored on eight of their nine opening drives this season, totaling six touchdowns and two field goals.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

De'Anthony Thomas, the former Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver who was signed Tuesday, is expected to be Ravens' primary punt returner today in Cincinnati. Cyrus Jones, who fumbled a punt last week against Patriots, is inactive. Thomas looked very explosive in bringing back punts in practice this week.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens inactives at Bengals: CB-PR Cyrus Jones, WR Chris Moore, WR Jaleel Scott, DT Daylon Mack, DL Ufomba Kamalu, G Ben Powers and QB Trace McSorley

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Ravens have signed linebacker L.J. Fort to a two-year contract extension that runs through 2021. Fort has started the past three games for Baltimore after starting the season with the Eagles, who released him in September.

Team Stats

Passing Yards224.420th
Rushing Yards197.21st
Points For33.3
Points Against21.0