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2-0, 1st in AFC North
Eluemunor explains how love for football started abroad (0:44)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor explains where his love for football started while growing up in London

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What we learned (and didn't learn) in Week 2

Can Baltimore win with defense only? The Ravens might be able to pull off what the 2016 Giants did: average fewer than 20 points per game and still win 11 games and get to the playoffs.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens added two offensive linemen to the 53-man roster: promoting center/guard Matt Skura from the practice squad and signing offensive tackle Dieugot Joseph off the Chicago Bears practice squad. Skura started all four preseason games for Baltimore, and Joseph is an undrafted rookie from Florida International. Baltimore placed Pro Bowl G Marshal Yanda (ankle) and inside linebacker Bam Bradley (ACL) on injured reserve.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens guard Marshal Yanda, who suffered a season-ending ankle injury, texted coach John Harbaugh last night that "he'll get back better than ever." Yanda will soon have surgery. Harbaugh said defensive tackle Brandon Williams is not dealing with a long-term injury.

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Ravens coach John Harbaugh on running back Alex Collins, who averaged six yards per carry in his Baltimore debut: "When you play well, you earn more playing time."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh on whether he has safety concerns with playing London. "You have to live your life. That's what liberty and freedom is all about."

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Ravens coach John Harbaugh on the team's first game in London: "We can't really say where we play in all honesty. We're just looking forward to the football game."

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Vote: The best (and worst) so far from Week 2

What's been the best performance so far this week? What's been the most surprising result? And which teams off to a 2-0 start look most playoff-ready? Vote now.

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Strong start goes a long way

The road to the playoffs already looks much easier for the Broncos, Chiefs, Falcons, Panthers, Raiders, Ravens and Steelers. Since the postseason field expanded to 12 in 1990, 63 percent of teams to start 2-0 have made the playoffs.

Ravens OL Yanda to miss rest of season (0:33)
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Ravens D makes history in Sunday's win

The Ravens are the third team in the Super Bowl era to allow 10 or fewer points and have 10 or more takeaways in the first two games of the season. They're also just the sixth team since the NFL went to a 16-game schedule in 1978 to have at least five takeaways in each of its first two games. (ESPN Stats & Info)

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Flacco on fire against the blitz

Joe Flacco faced five or more rushers only twice in Week 1, but he turned one of those plays into a 48-yard score to Jeremy Maclin. Flacco faced the blitz much more against the Browns on Sunday, but handled himself with similar aplomb. (ESPN Stats & Info)

Yanda injury overshadows Ravens' win (0:43)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens to play 'Sacksonville' without their best offensive lineman

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

The growing concern for the Ravens is their offensive line after Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda suffered a season-ending ankle injury. Baltimore will replace the second best offensive lineman in franchise history with Tony Bergstrom, who's been with the team for 16 days. This continues an injury-filled year for the line. Since the start of training camp in late July, Baltimore has lost two starters (Yanda and left guard Alex Lewis) and two top backups (John Urschel and Nico Siragusa) along the line.

Team Stats

Passing Yards156.030th
Rushing Yards146.5Tied-3rd
Points For22.0Tied-13th
Points Against5.02nd

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