Childs Walker, reporter: This victory was a testament to the Ravens' versatility as much as Lamar Jackson’s virtuosity. Jackson played an efficient game, but with his pocket frequently collapsing around him could not take as many downfield shots as he did in Week 1. The Ravens built a first-half lead with big defensive plays by Marlon Humphrey, L.J. Fort and Marcus Peters more than with quicksilver offense. In the second half, they used a nifty direct-snap call by offensive coordinator Greg Roman to score a back-breaking touchdown and rode their power game home. Again, this is what makes the Ravens so fearsome. They’ve yet to click 100% but have beaten a pair of talented opponents by a combined 71-22. If there’s a significant concern after two weeks, it’s the vulnerability of the interior offensive line. The Ravens struggled to keep Jackson clean for much of the first half and again on their first drive of the second half.