RAVENS PASSING GAME: Quarterback Lamar Jackson completed just nine of 20 passes for 143 yards in the Ravens’ Week 7 road victory over the Seattle Seahawks but was undermined by a succession of drops. His most reliable receiver, tight end Mark Andrews, was the chief culprit, catching just two passes on eight targets. Andrews still leads the Ravens with 36 catches for 449 yards. Rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown, the team’s top deep threat with a per-catch average of 15.5 yards, is expected back from an ankle injury against the Patriots. Fellow rookie Miles Boykin got behind the Seahawks for a 50-yard catch, but Jackson has targeted him just 13 times overall in seven games. The Ravens rank 18th in the NFL in passing and 15th in yards per attempt, numbers inflated by their Week 1 carpet bombing of the Miami Dolphins, which they’ve been unable to repeat against better opposition.