Ravens 26, Falcons 16: Live updates, everything you need to know during game at Falcons

Welcome to your Ravens-Falcons watching companion. Return here throughout Sunday’s 1 p.m. game for real-time recaps and analysis.

Live coverage highlights

Fourth Quarter

Carried by their suffocating defense, the Ravens hold on to the sixth playoff spot with a 26-16 victory in Atlanta. Third straight win. Third straight presser where John Harbaugh's gonna face some QB questions. —Jonas Shaffer

That's two straight weeks where a sack becomes a forced fumble becomes a fumble recovery for a touchdown. In both weeks, the Ravens defense has celebrated in the end zone with a team picture. Ravens lead 26-10 with 7:16 left. —Jonas Shaffer

You can never forget the advantage Justin Tucker confers in a grinding game like this. —Childs Walker

Lamar Jackson has cleared concussion protocol and may re-enter the game. I feel like I've written that five times already about the Ravens, but w/e. —Jonas Shaffer

Third Quarter

Justin Tucker is good from 45 yards, and the Ravens are up 16-10 despite being down to their third quarterback. —Jonas Shaffer

Robert Griffin III enters the game for second Ravens possession after Lamar Jackson heads into the tent under concussion protocol. —Peter Schmuck

Mark Andrews has been really good today (three catches on three targets for 47 yards), and just drew a pass-interference penalty. He looks so much faster than he was in training camp. —Jonas Shaffer

Second Quarter

The #Ravens defense has been tremendous, and the idea they might go to the locker room down three has to sting. —Childs Walker

Lamar Jackson has made some bad throws, but the #Ravens receivers certainly aren't helping with these drops. —Childs Walker

Joe Flacco has eight turnovers (six interceptions, two fumbles) in nine games. Lamar Jackson has four turnovers (three interceptions, one fumble) in three games. Sam Koch hasn't thrown a pick this season. —Jonas Shaffer

Sam Koch QB. A recurring annual series. —Childs Walker

First Quarter

Lamar Jackson keeps the ball and slices through right side of Falcons defense for touchdown. Ravens lead, 7-3. Despite a couple of hiccups, it was a very solid first drive. —Peter Schmuck

So far this drive, we've had Kenneth Dixon and Robert Griffin III sightings. Let's get weird. —Jonas Shaffer

That's probably going to have to be the formula for #Ravens D. Falcons will move the ball, but they can't let them in the end zone. —Childs Walker

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