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2018 Schedule
4-3, 1st in AFC North

Brian Burke ESPN Analytics 

The top 5 team pass protection performances of the week through the 4pm games in week 7 based on our new Pass Block Win Rate (PBWR) metric are: 1) Ravens 79% PBWR, 2) Patriots 77%, 3) Colts 73%, 4) Browns 72%, 5) Lions 71%. You can bank on their opponents being in the bottom 5 in Pass Rush Win Rate. [PBWR uses player tracking from Next Gen Stats.]

Brian Burke ESPN Analytics 

The top 5 team pass rush performances of the week through the 4pm games in week 7 based on our new Pass Rush Win Rate (PRWR) metric are: 1) Broncos 85% PRWR, 2) Rams 71%, 3) Cardinals 69%, 4) Redskins 69%, 5) Ravens, 67%. You can bank on their opponents being in the bottom 5 in Pass Block Win Rate. [PRWR uses player tracking from Next Gen Stats.]

Harbaugh: Tucker 'will be back winning games for us next week' (0:22)
Tucker: That's one kick 'I want back' (0:59)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens kicker Justin Tucker accepted responsibility after the first missed extra point led to Baltimore's 24-23 loss to the Saints. "I feel like I cost us the game," Tucker said. "Every single one of my teammates thus far has told me the opposite, and no one play wins or loses a game. But that's a tough thing to grapple with when you're the guy in that situation at the end of the game."

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Brees comeback, missed XP gets Saints past Ravens 24-23

Justin Tucker missed the first conversion of his career after the Baltimore Ravens scored the potential tying touchdown with 24 seconds left in response to a strong fourth quarter by Drew Brees, and the New Orleans Saints escaped with a 24-23 victory...

Tucker misses game-tying PAT in final minute (0:51)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh on how Justin Tucker will handle the first missed extra point: "He'll handle it great. He's the best in the business. He'll be back winning games for us next week."

Flacco finds Andrews to extend Ravens' lead (0:31)
Jackson gets first career NFL TD (0:41)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens hold the high-powered Saints to 145 yards and one touchdown in the first half, taking a 10-7 halftime lead. Baltimore is containing the big plays in the passing game and limiting New Orleans to 3.1 yards per rush. Advantage: NFL's top-ranked defense.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens left guard Bradley Bozeman is in the medical tent on the sideline, which is trouble for Baltimore. The Ravens only have six healthy offensive lineman. That means the only backup, Hroniss Grasu, will come in at left guard.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravns inactives vs. Saints: CB Marlon Humphrey (thigh), OL James Hurst (back), G Alex Lewis (neck), CB Anthony Averett, DT Zach Sieler, WR Jordan Lasley and QB Robert Griffin III

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who plays in Baltimore today, is 0-4 against the Ravens. The only Super Bowl-winning QB with more losses without a win against a single team in the Super Bowl era is Doug Williams (0-6) vs. the Cowboys,

Young hopes Ravens' D can limit Saints' offense (0:30)
Flacco doesn't agree with new QB protection rules (1:06)

Team Stats

Passing Yards291.09th
Rushing Yards96.024th
Points For25.115th
Points Against14.41st

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