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October 20, 2019
Wow. Wow? Wow.
In a highly-anticipated matchup between two division leaders, the Ravens pulled away in the second half to complete an upset victory over the Seahawks. It was by far their most impressive victory of the season and maybe the team’s biggest win in quite some time.
I’ll save my thoughts for the takeaways, which are as follows: (READ MORE) by
Lamar Jackson slipped. He tripped. He fell over himself. It wasn’t clear whether the CenturyLink Field grass, soaked by persistent Seattle showers, was in bad shape, the Ravens quarterback was wearing the wrong kind of cleats, or he was just moving faster than his brain could process.
But when the Ravens needed a play in their most important game of the year, a showdown against the Seattle Seahawks, Jackson took off, those legs pumping and the offense moving with him.
When the Ravens faced fourth-and-2 from the Seahawks’ 8-yard line in the third quarter, it was Jackson who followed the heft of maybe the Ravens’ heaviest formation all season and found the end zone for a go-ahead touchdown. When they faced third-and-8 from deep in their own territory, it was Jackson who found a seam in the Seahawks’ pass rush and took off down the left side for 30 yards. Ten plays and almost eight minutes later, a short field goal gave them the game’s first double-digit lead. (READ MORE) by JONAS SHAFFER | Baltimore Sun