Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has a 24-4 regular-season record as a starter. It’s well known that he has an 0-3 record against the Chiefs. It’s not as well known (or at least not as well realized) that he’s only 1-0 against the Steelers.
It looks like the Ravens will be without running back Mark Ingram for Sunday’s game against the Steelers. Ingram hurt his ankle in Week 6 and the two weeks between games have not been enough time for him to get back into the lineup.
Dez Bryant hasn’t played in an NFL game since 2017, but he’s shaking the rust off this week. Ravens coach John Harbaugh says Bryant has played very well on the Ravens’ scout team this week, and the Ravens are liking what they’re seeing from Bryant.
Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images Both of these teams need wins to aid their Super Bowl aspirations Aside from the NFC West division, the AFC North is easily the most tightly-contested divisions in all of football.
Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports The Baltimore Ravens will face the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday. The Steelers are the only remaining undefeated team in the NFL, while the Ravens have only lost to the Chiefs.
Lamar Jackson is happy the Baltimore Ravens strengthened the receiving core with the addition of Dez Bryant to the practice squad. "It's tremendous," Jackson said Wednesday, per Jamison Hensley of ESPN...
You might say the Eagles’ defense is lucky to have to face Lamar Jackson at an unlucky time for the Ravens— Lamar is still nursing a sore knee upon which absolutely no details have been released by the team.