By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Baltimore Ravens may have faced a weaker opponent. However, they continued their domination against the rest of the league.
The Ravens won 42-21 over the New York Jets on Thursday night at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland. There were 71,008 fans in attendance.
With the win the Ravens improved to 12-2 on the season. They are now 6-1 on the home field.
The loss dropped the Jets to 5-9 on the season. The team suffered its sixth loss on the road, as they are now 1-6 away from home.
Baltimore also clinched the AFC North. Their star quarterback Lamar Jackson also set the NFL all-time quarterback rushing record with 1,080 rushing yards.
Not to mention, he had two games remaining on the season to add to his record.
Jackson went 15 of 23 for 212 yards. He also had five touchdown passes.
Jackson also had eight carries for 86 yards. Seth Roberts had three receptions for 66 yards and a touchdown.
Jets quarterback Sam Darnold went 18 of 32 for 218 yards. He had two touchdown passes and one interception.
Le’Veon Bell had 21 carries for 87 yards. Jamison Crowder had six receptions for 90 yards and two touchdowns.
Baltimore outscored New York 21-14 in the second half. Jackson hit Marquise Brown for a 24-yard touchdown reception. Jackson also hit Seth Roberts for a 33-yard touchdown reception.
Jackson hit Ingram II for a 10-yard touchdown pass.
New York’s B.J. Bello had a 14-yard return for a touchdown after a blocked punt. Following this extra point, Sam Ficken missed the extra point.
Darnold hit Crowder for a 18-yard touchdown reception. Darnold then hit Robby Anderson for a two-point conversion.
The Ravens led 21-7 at halftime. Mark Ingram II scored on a six-yard rushing touchdown. Jackson hit Miles Boykin for a five-yard touchdown reception. Following this touchdown, Tuck’s extra points failed.
Jackson hit Mark Andrews for a one-yard touchdown reception. Ingram scored for a two-point conversion.
Jets’ Darnold hit Crowder for a four-yard touchdown reception.