The Ravens opened the 2019 season with a 59-10 win over the Miami Dolphins. Along the way, multiple records were set, both personal and for the franchise.

Here are some of the most notable stats from Sunday’s lopsided victory.


324 passing yards

In the debut of the Ravens’ new offense under coordinator Greg Roman, quarterback Lamar Jackson set a career high for passing yards, exceeding the 204 he threw against the Chargers in Week 16 last season. Jackson’s five touchdown passes also tied the franchise’s single-game record.

147 receiving yards

The NFL debut for rookie wide receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown couldn’t have gone better. Brown’s first two catches went for touchdowns, 47 and 83 yards, respectively. The 2019 first-round draft pick also became the first player in NFL history to record multiple 40-yard touchdowns in his debut, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

59 points

The Ravens set a franchise record for points scored in a game, surpassing the 55 they scored against the Oakland Raiders in 2012.

42 points

A 3-yard touchdown run from running back Mark Ingram in the second quarter gave the Ravens 42 points, a franchise record for points scored in any half.

85% completion rate

Jackson went 17-for-20, a new career high for completions. The 85% completion rate also set career and franchise single-game records. Jackson’s accuracy was under scrutiny following his rookie season, when he completed just 58% of his passes.

158.3 QB rating

Jackson recorded a perfect passer rating of 158.3, the first-ever in franchise history.

643 total yards

The Ravens’ 643 total yards on offense set a single-game franchise record. The previous record was 553 against the St. Louis Rams on Sept. 25, 2011. The 643 yards are also the most recorded in an NFL game since 2012, when the Houston Texans had 653 vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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