2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
11-5, 2nd in AFC North
AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez
14hJamison Hensley

Ravens' Brown unhappy with unbalanced offense

Marquise Brown was not happy about the fact the Ravens finished first in rushing in last in passing, saying Sunday the offense needs to be more balanced.

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NYGD on 98.7 ESPN: Who wins today?

Anita Marks. Chris Canty & Mike Tannenbaum react to yesterday's NFL Divisional Round action and look ahead to today's slate on 98.7 ESPN. Plus, what should the Jets do next?

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh after 17-3 loss: "To get to the [AFC] Championship game, you have to play two really great games, and things have to bounce your way. That didn't happen for us today, but I'm proud of the guys. I feel like what we've been through as a football team, the road we traveled this year, the challenges that we faced, all well-documented, I feel like our guys handled them with toughness and with grace. We'll hold our heads high walking out of here and into the offseason."

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1dMike Reiss

Bills' 'vision' continues on to AFC championship

Sparked by cornerback Taron Johnson's record-tying, 101-yard interception return for a touchdown in the third quarter, the Bills defeated the Ravens 17-3 on Saturday night to advance to the AFC Championship Game for the first time since the 1993 season.

Justin Tucker hits the upright twice in first half (0:40)
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Lamar Jackson out of game after landing on head (0:27)
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Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Stefon Diggs scores on 3-yard catch, putting Bills ahead 10-3 in the third quarter. Diggs now has six catches for 82 yards. In the 2015 draft, Diggs went in 5th round when Ravens selected Breshad Perriman in 1st round. This week, Ravens coach John Harbaugh called Diggs the "one that got away."

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Bills ran zone coverage on 87% of Lamar Jackson's pass attempts in the first half. Bills ran 56% zone in the regular season. (ESPN and Next Gen Stats)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Ravens are tied at 3 at halftime in Buffalo because of their stingy defense. Baltimore has held Josh Allen and the Bills offense to 114 yards in the first half. The Ravens have now allowed just one touchdown in their last 27 drives. It's been a sloppy start for Lamar Jackson and the Ravens offense. There have been penalties, a third-down dropped pass by J.K. Dobbins and two sacks. Jackson has been limited to 18 yards rushing on seven attempts.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Ravens led the NFL in special teams efficiency in the regular season. They have a missed field goal and a 23-yard punt to set the Bills up at the Ravens 38 early on tonight.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens inactives at Bills for divisional playoff game: RB Mark Ingram, OLB Jaylon Ferguson, DT Justin Ellis, CB Pierre Desir, WR James Proche, P Johnny Townsend, DT Broderick Washington. This means CB Marcus Peters (back) and OT D.J. Fluker are both active after being listed as questionable. Ingram is a healthy scratch for the fourth time in the past five games.

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Divisional Round Preview: Can Drew Brees take down Tom Brady a 3rd time?

The NFL Live crew previews and makes game picks for the upcoming weekends Divisional Round. Could Tom Brady and the Bucs make it past Drew Brees and the Saints? Who will win the battle between Jalen Ramsey and Devante Adams? And can Urban Meyer be the man to turn things around in Jacksonville?

Team Stats

Passing Yards171.232nd
Rushing Yards191.91st
Points For29.37th
Points Against18.931st