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Fourth Quarter


Final: Ravens 34, Raiders 17. Lamar Jackson was good, not great. Again, all eyes turn to Joe Flacco's right hip. —Jonas Shaffer

That's Terrell Suggs' first defensive touchdown since 2008, three years before the founding of Ball So Hard University. —Jonas Shaffer

The Ravens defense has put this game away. Matthew Judon got the sack and forced fumble, Terrell Suggs got the recovery and touchdown, and fans get to leave early. —Jonas Shaffer

Marshal Yanda had to go under the tent, for concussion examination. He was furious. Did not want to come off the field and would not let trainer approach him initially. —Childs Walker

Third Quarter

The Ravens have drastically changed plans on offense. First half: 18 passes, 10 runs. Second half (so far): 18 carries, five passes. —Jonas Shaffer

Cook was so open that he moon walked, fell backward, fell on his butt, ate a baloney sandwich, smoked a cigarette and drank a coke before the Ravens got close to him on that touchdown. —Mike Preston

Looks like Harbaugh finally figured out that Jackson isn't ready to be a throwing QB yet. —Mike Preston

Second Quarter

Ravens should have played field goal game. They let a quarterback with soft arm and receiver with no speed try to go deep and make a play. Crabtree is not a vertical threat. —Mike Preston

The Raiders passing game is pathetic. There is no imagination, just basic stuff. The Raiders are often sending out only two receivers. This group looks a lot like the Ravens dysfunctional group of a year ago. —Mike Preston

Lamar Jackson has made the wrong decisions today outside the pocket, again and again. He's held the ball when he should've scrambled and scrambled when he should've got rid of the ball. —Jonas Shaffer

Cyrus Jones has been a plus ever since he came on board as the punt returner. But the hometown kid just made his first really big play as a Raven. —Childs Walker

First Quarter


Key to Raiders passing game are a lot of quick passes. Ravens might need to be more physical at the line of scrimmage with receivers. —Mike Preston

Not a bad opening series for Jackson. Needs more presence and feel in the pocket but at least he looked comfortable with straight drop back. —Mike Preston

Raiders TE Lee Smith already has more yards in the first six minutes (39) than he did all season entering today (29). Not great! —Jonas Shaffer

Hard to imagine a worse opening drive for the #Ravens defense against a supposedly overmatched opponent. They looked utterly confused in coverage. —Childs Walker

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