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2-1, 1st in AFC North

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens lost in London by 37 points and still return to the States tied for first place in the AFC North after the Steelers lost to the Bears. Baltimore and Pittsburgh will both be looking to rebound Sunday at 'M&T Bank Stadium, where the fierce rivals meet for the first time this season.

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Jaguars crush Ravens in London (1:06)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Joe Flacco recorded a career-worst single-game Total QBR of 0.8 against the Jaguars today. That is also the worst single-game Total QBR of the 2017 season. Andy Dalton's infamous Week 1 QBR has been adjusted up to a 1.2 -- not quite as bad as Flacco on Sunday.

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Ravens say one game doesn't define season (0:53)
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Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens say one game doesn't define a season after a 37-point loss in London

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace on whether he would continue kneeling during the national anthem: "From here on out, I will do something. It just went too far. We're all grown men. We're all Americans. We should be all together. But when the leader of our country is trying to divide us, it's not a good thing. That was the approach we took today."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs on why he knelt during the national anthem Sunday: "Personally, I think the comments made about my brothers who decided to protest and kneel is kind of what made us no longer be silent. We stand with our brothers. They have the right to protest. We knelt with them today. Non-violent protest is as American as it gets. We knelt with them today and let them know we are a unified front. There is no dividing us. I guess we're all sons of b------."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

After reviewing pics and video, Ravens had 13 players kneel during the national anthem: Terrell Suggs, Mike Wallace, C.J. Mosley, Matt Judon, Za'Darius Smith, Tyus Bowser, Tim Williams, Carl Davis, Willie Henry, Tony Jefferson, Lardarius Webb, Anthony Levine and Marlon Humphrey. Former All-Pro linebacker Ray Lewis, who attended the London game, also knelt alongside the players.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens safety Eric Weddle summed up the 44-7 loss this way: "We got our butts kicked in all three phases. That's one of the worst losses -- if not the worst loss -- I've been a part of."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh after 44-7 loss: "One game or one loss doesn't define you. It's how you respond that defines you."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Baltimore finished the first quarter with minus-1 yard. The last time the Ravens finished with negative total yards in a quarter was in 2011 Week 4 vs Jets when they had minus-2 in the second quarter, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Ravens' chance to reach the postseason dropped from 73% to 59% with today's loss, according to FPI, while the Jaguars' chances improved from 25% to 37%.

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Ravens, Jags kneel and lock arms during anthem (0:15)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is pulled at the start of the fourth quarter in the worst game in team history. Flacco was a big contributor to the embarrassment. He was 8 of 18 for 28 yards with two interceptions. Ryan Mallett has replaced him.

Tom Hamilton ESPN UK Reporter 

It's a new record attendance for an International Series game here at Wembley. An impressive crowd of 84,592 have come here to see this commanding performance from the Jaguars.

Tom Hamilton ESPN UK Reporter 

The Ravens will be wanting to move on quickly from this Wembley match, but it will be one to remember for London-born OL Jermaine Eleumunor. He's on the field for the first time having been drafted this year.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens have already allowed their most points in a game (37) since Week 2 of the 2015 season (at Oakland). But there is more than 20 minutes left to play in this game.

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Bortles capitalizes on Flacco INT with TD (0:30)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

This marks Joe Flacco's 31st multiple interception game. Ravens are 7-23 the previous times.

ESPN Stats & Info

Broken wings in London?

Perhaps the Ravens' offense forgot about the early start time for Sunday's game at Wembley Stadium. Baltimore tallied just 15 total yards in the first half, the worst mark in team history. The Jaguars had more first downs (16) than the Ravens had yards.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens wide receiver Jeremy Maclin has passed the concussion protocol and and been cleared to return. The back of his head hit the turf in the second quarter and Maclin went to the locker room for evaluation.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Joe Flacco finished the first half with a measly eight passing yards, which are tied for his fewest in the opening half of a game. The other time was Week 7 in 2011 -- against the Jaguars, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said the players didn't practice like zombies after making the overseas trip to London. But the Ravens have certainly looked like them so far. Defense has been too sloppy, and offense has yet to find any sort of rhythm. The result: the Ravens have allowed 16 first downs on defense and only produced 15 yards on offense in the first half.

Team Stats

Passing Yards156.031st
Rushing Yards146.5Tied-3rd
Points For22.0Tied-13th
Points Against5.02nd

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