Sport Ravens maul Chargers, move to 5-1 on season

00:11  18 october  2021
00:11  18 october  2021 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Ravens star quarterback Lamar Jackson missed practice Thursday with an illness that, which was not related to COVID-19, but Myles Simmons of ProFootballTalk notes the 2019 NFL Most Valuable Player returned for Friday's session after he was a full participant on Wednesday. Barring an unexpected development, Jackson should be good to go this weekend. This is the second time this season Jackson has been mentioned on an injury report because of a non-coronavirus sickness. He's also dealt with a sore hip and back soreness , but he hasn't been out of action when Baltimore has needed him most.

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Sunday’s meeting between the Ravens and Chargers was pitched as a measuring stick game for two 4-1 teams in the AFC and the Ravens came out well ahead of their AFC West club.

The Ravens rolled up 187 rushing yards and nearly doubled the Chargers’ time of possession en route to a 34-6 win that moved them to 5-1 on the season. It’s also five straight wins after a season-opening loss in Las Vegas and they’ll try to keep the winning streak going in Week Seven against the Bengals in their first divisional game of the year.

Baltimore rotated all three members of their 2016 All-Star backfield to power the rushing attack. Devonta Freeman, Latavius Murray, and Le’Veon Bell combined for 122 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries as the Chargers never came up with a way to keep the Ravens from moving the ball on the ground.

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The Baltimore Ravens are set to face the Los Angeles Chargers in what should be an exciting Week 6 matchup. In order to win on Sunday, Baltimore will have to get key contributions from many players on their roster, not just their stars. Ahead of the game, the Ravens announced that they had elevated two players from their practice squad to their active roster in running back Le’Veon Bell and offensive lineman Andre Smith.

TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL: Chargers plus-2; Ravens minus- 1 . CHARGERS PLAYER TO WATCH: RB Austin Ekeler is tied for the league lead with seven touchdowns (four rushing, three receiving). He was the first running back since 2009 to have three TDs in the fourth quarter as Los Angeles won Michael Schofield moves to the starting spot at RG for Los Angeles after Oday Aboushi went down with a season -ending knee injury last week. Watkins left Baltimore's win over the Colts with a hamstring injury. The Ravens are still waiting on the debut of rookie WR Rashod Bateman, who has been out

Lamar Jackson had 51 yards on the ground, but was shakier through the air than he was in last Monday’s win over the Colts. He was 19-of-27 for 167 yards, a touchdown, and two interceptions. The win makes it easier to swallow that stat line as does the job the Baltimore defense did against Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert.

Herbert’s been one of the brightest stars of this season, but Ravens defensive coordinator Wink Martindale’s unit limited him to 22-of-39 for 195 yards, a touchdown, and an interception. The Chargers never established any run game and failed to convert on a pair of fourth downs in their own territory to give the Ravens easy chances to add points.

The loss snaps a three-game winning streak and sends the Chargers into the bye with many wounds to lick. They’ll face the Patriots upon returning to action in Week Eight.

Ravens maul Chargers, move to 5-1 on season originally appeared on Pro Football Talk

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