Childs Walker, reporter: Sometimes, you just have to play the right opponent. After three straight losses and a COVID-19 outbreak, the Ravens could not have asked for a better matchup than the Cowboys, who had no hope of stopping their running game. The Ravens made several mistakes — a fumbled snap, a 66-yard kickoff return allowed, a missed field-goal attempt by Justin Tucker, a sailed third-down throw by Lamar Jackson — that might have done them in against a better team. But the Cowboys could not convert scoring opportunities and could not stop the Ravens from rumbling up and down the field. Jackson looked none the worse for wear after 10 days on the reserve/COVID-19 list, toying with defenders as he improvised a series of brilliant scrambles. He was less sharp as a passer but did find Marquise Brown on a lovely touchdown throw in the corner of the end zone. The Ravens have to be alarmed that they could not get to Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton. Their pass rush has gone quiet over the past six games, and that could bode poorly for their impending Monday night showdown with the Cleveland Browns.