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The Ravens are facing injuries to three of their top offensive players ahead of Thursday night’s game against the New York Jets.

From a ragged but resourceful effort on offense to deepening ambitions for a Super Bowl trip, here are five things we learned from the Ravens' 24-17 win over the Buffalo Bills.

Orioles GM Mike Elias said he hopes to see pitching prospects Keegan Akin, Dean Kremer, and Bruce Zimmermann in the majors in 2020 while touting those who are following them up the farm system.

Ravens players face a quick turnaround after Sunday's 24-17 win over the Buffalo Bills, hosting the New York Jets on "Thursday Night Football."

The Orioles added a piece of high-minors pitching depth by claiming 23-year-old right-hander Marcos Diplán off waivers from the Detroit Tigers.

The Ravens, who can clinch their second straight AFC North crown with a win Thursday, are a step up from the Jets’ recent competition.

Here are five things to watch this week as the Orioles’ front office heads west to San Diego for the winter meetings.

The unbeaten Terps will go after their 10th straight victory to start the 2019-20 season Tuesday at Penn State.

The Ravens locked up a postseason berth with their hard-fought 24-17 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, but the real prize came later in the day.

The Ravens didn’t bring their "A" game and still beat an up-and-coming team. It was close, but the Ravens were due for an emotional letdown.

With the playoff-bound Ravens in position to lock up the AFC North with a victory in their primetime game against the New York Jets on Thursday night, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young wants the city lit up purple to show the team support.

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