RAVENS PASSING GAME: Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson threw 18 times in the first half of the Ravens’ 34-17 win over the Oakland Raiders, with mixed results. He threw a perfect deep ball to tight end Mark Andrews for a 74-yard gain but also threw two interceptions and looked tentative at times when he had to decide between run and pass. Wide receiver John Brown has suffered most in the Jackson-led attack, catching just two passes on eight targets in the last two games after he was Joe Flacco’s favorite deep target early in the season. The Ravens’ tight ends, on the other hand, caught six of Jackson’s 14 completions against the Raiders. Flacco returned to practice on Thursday, and the Falcons are preparing for both quarterbacks, knowing the Ravens are unlikely to announce their starter ahead of Sunday.