The Lions have a long history of getting ripped off by the officials. And it appears to have happened again today. On the play before the Ravens hit a game-winning 66-yard field goal as time expired, Lamar Jackson threw an incomplete pass.
Justin Tucker hit a 66-yard field goal as time expired to give the Ravens a 19-17 victory over the Detroit Lions in Week 3. Here's What We Learned. — Lamar Jackson would have been much better if not for so many dropped passes.
Ravens take on the Lions in Week 3, seeking their 11th consecutive victory over an NFC opponent. The Ravens placed outside linebacker Justin Houston, nose tackle Brandon Williams, defensive tackle Justin Madubuike and outside linebacker Jaylon Ferguson on the reserve/COVID-19.
A look at the Ravens-Lions matchup with five questions. 1.) What did the Sunday Night Football victory mean to the Ravens and Lamar Jackson? The Ravens had an emotional victory over the Kansas City Chiefs, but don’t expect them to have a letdown against the Lions.
The Ravens are bringing back running back Nate McCrary and will sign him to the practice squad, according to Mike Klis of 9News in Denver. The Broncos claimed McCrary off waivers from the Ravens on Sept.
After facing two high flying offenses, the Ravens defense can apply what they’ve learned For the first time in John Harbaugh’s tenure as head coach of the Baltimore Ravens, they’ve allowed 30-plus points in each of their first two games.
The Ravens hit the road to Detroit to face the winless Lions for Week 3. Following an emotional win over the Chiefs in Week 2, Baltimore must avoid a letdown performance against a team hungry for a win.
The former undrafted gem continues to prove that he's an invaluable asset thanks to his rare positional versitility. The Baltimore Ravens value positional versatility among all their players on both sides of the ball.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson can further etch his name into NFL's record books Sunday against the Detroit Lions. In Baltimore’s Sunday Night Football victory over Kansas City last week, Jackson passed for 239 yards and a touchdown, while rushing for 107 yards and two touchdowns.
The Ravens pulled off an incredible upset win over the Chiefs in Week 2, despite being ravaged by injuries in recent weeks. After such a thrilling victory, Baltimore must not fall victim to the classic “trap game” this week as they head to Detroit to face the 0-2 Lions.