A Ravens official denied Monday that right guard Marshal Yanda spat on Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict during Sunday's game.
Video captured from CBS' broadcast of the Ravens win shows Yanda standing over Burfict after a minor scuffle among several players early in the fourth quarter.Read more
The Ravens made their intentions known early Sunday. With 11 straight rushing attempts on their opening drive, plus an additional two to start their second possession, the Ravens all but announced that their game against the Cincinnati Bengals would be won or lost by their ground game.
Good thing they have Lamar Jackson.Read more
Even after time expired in the Ravens’ 24-21 win Sunday over the Cincinnati Bengals, Lamar Jackson didn’t stop running.
With victory secured late in the fourth quarter, Jackson needed only to kneel three times to drain the clock in his first career start. After the game’s final play, Jackson nonchalantly tossed the ball to an official.
That was a mistake.Read more
“How many teams run the ball with a quarterback 25 times?”
Ravens safety Eric Weddle meant the question to be rhetorical, as if its mere asking would underscore the absurdity of Lamar Jackson’s record-breaking day in his first start, but not even those weird words properly conveyed the Ravens rookie quarterback’s Sunday afternoon.Read more
Though he’s not a classic NFL quarterback, Lamar Jackson proved he’s already a unique force.
The Ravens could not have declared their new era any more boldly — 11 plays, 11 runs, 75 yards, touchdown.Read more
Key numbers from the Ravens’ 24-21 win against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 11:
0 – Times in NFL history that a team had a rookie quarterback and running back each rush for 100 yards in a same game until the Ravens’ Lamar Jackson and Gus Edwards on Sunday.
10 – Of the past 11 games between the Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals decided by one score.Read more