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2019 Schedule
12-2, 1st in AFC North
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11hJamison Hensley

Party foul: Beer in stands costs Peters $14K

The NFL has fined Ravens cornerback $14,037 for unsportsmanlike conduct after he jumped into a section of the stands filled with Ravens fans and shotgunned a beer after his pass breakup sealed a win at Buffalo last Sunday.

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Matthew Judon, Ravens LB

Ravens LB Matthew Judon joined Spain & Company to discuss his love for Taco Bell, if Lamar Jackson can still surprise us, and "Big Truss."

Stephen A.: Lamar was impressive, but it was against the Jets (1:13)
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Jason Bell on how to legally stop Lamar Jackson (1:49)
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Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Lamar Jackson now has seven games worth 30-plus fantasy points, the most by any quarterback in a single season in history. Only three players at any position have had more: Marshall Faulk (2000), Priest Holmes (2003) and LaDainian Tomlinson (2006), each of whom had nine.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

With his season-best 37.1 fantasy points on Thursday night, Lamar Jackson now has 385.9 points for the season. That's the most that any quarterback in history has had through 14 team games, 14.4 more than Patrick Mahomes had through that many last year. Jackson's season is already the seventh-best in history by any quarterback in terms of fantasy points.

'BIG TRUSSS!:' Jackson, Ingram crash Harbaugh interview (1:29)
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Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson on Tom Brady's challenge of a 40-yard dash on natural grass with Jackson on roller blades: "He's probably going to win that race. Roller blades on grass? Oh man. I'm going to see what I can do. Tom still got a little bit in him. I've seen him."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh, who is sporting an AFC North championship hat, on winning the division title: "It's our first goal but not our top goal."

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Jackson, Ravens beat Jets 42-21 to clinch AFC North title

Lamar Jackson threw five touchdown passes, scurried into the NFL record book and guided the Baltimore Ravens to their second straight AFC North title and 10th consecutive victory, 42-21 over the New York Jets on Thursday night.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson's five TD passes lead Ravens to aa 42-21 rout of the New York Jets and clinches their second straight AFC North title. By throwing 5 touchdown passes Thursday, Jackson became the fifth QB all-time to record 40 combined passing and rushing touchdowns in his first or second NFL season.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson is the reason why the Ravens are leading the Jets, 21-7, at halftime. Jackson has thrown 2 TDs and rushed for 64 yards in the first half. Baltimore has needed Jackson's production because defense has been on its heels and special teams has been shoddy.

Vick congratulates Jackson for breaking QB rushing record (0:15)
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Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Another record for Lamar Jackson -- this one for his arm. Jackson set the single season record for the most TD passes by a QB age 22-or-younger. He surpassed Peyton Manning (1998) and Jameis Winston (2016), both of whom had 28.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson becomes 4th QB in NFL history with 30 TD passes and 7 rushing TDs in single season. The others: Steve Young (1994), Daunte Culpepper (2000) and Cam Newton (2015).

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Jackson breaks Vick's QB rushing yards record

Ravens star Lamar Jackson broke Michael Vick's single-season rushing mark for a quarterback of 1,039 yards in the first quarter on Thursday against the Jets.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens jump out to a 13-0 lead in the first quarter, which should have been expected. Baltimore entered this game with a plus-78 scoring margin in the first quarter this season, best in the NFL. The Jets entered the game minus-23 in the opening quarter, 26th in the NFL.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

It's announced at M&T Bank Stadium that Lamar Jackson broke Michael Vick's single-season rushing record for a quarterback, and Jackson shows no emotion. Sitting on the bench, he looks up at the video board and then goes back talking to QB coach James Urban.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (knee) is active. He was questionable entering Thursday night. OT Ronnie Stanley (concussion) is inactive, which is not a surprise after not practicing all week. James Hurst will start at left tackle.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens inactives vs. Jets: OT Ronnie Stanley, LB Chris Board, CB Anthony Averett, DT Justin Ellis, WR Jaleel Scott, G Ben Powers and QB Trace McSorley

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (contusion around knee) is moving well in catching passes pre-game. He is questionable after being limited in practice this week. It looks like Andrews is preparing to play tonight against Jets, who've only allowed two TD passes to tight ends this season.

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The Right Time: Bo & Mina talk Lamar, Brady, & the 'Josh McCown Principle'

Bomani and Mina Kimes break out the receipts on Lamar Jackson and discuss how predictable (or not) his rise has been (2:45) as well as how he compares to other QB's from that draft class in Baker Mayfield and Josh Allen. Plus, how Joe Burrow fits the "Josh McCown Principle"(19:59), assessing Tom Brady's chances at making the Super Bowl this year (26:55) and whether or not Ryan Tannehill should be taken seriously (47:00).

Team Stats

Passing Yards207.626th
Rushing Yards202.11st
Points For33.71st
Points Against18.4