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Video: Jackson Questionable as Ravens Ready for Jets on Thursday Night

Everyone is wondering if Ravens QB Lamar Jackson will be good to go for Thursday’s game with his quad injury. No matter the Jets are in Baltimore for a Thursday showdown with the 11-2 Ravens.

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Video: How Concerning is Lamar Jackson’s Quad Injury for the Ravens?

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate whether Lamar Jackson’s quad injury is more concerning for the Ravens or Patrick Mahomes’ hand injury for the Chiefs.

Video: Ravens Build an Early Lead, Hang on to Beat the Bills 24-17

The Ravens built a big lead in Western NY and they were good enough to improve to 11-2, 6-1 on the road as they beat Buffalo 24-17.

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Video: Ravens Look to Stay Hot as They Travel to Play the Bills

The Ravens are the hottest team in the NFL, and this Sunday they have another tough test as they travel to Western NY to take on the nine-win Bills.

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Tucker Comes Through as Ravens Outlast 49ers 20-17 to Improve to 10-2

The Niners and Ravens played in a wet, soggy slugfest Sunday in Baltimore, and it came down to a Justin Tucker field goal on the final play to send the Ravens home a 20-17 winner.

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NFL Week 13 Inactives – 49ers at Ravens

Here are today’s inactives for the 49ers and Ravens in a key week 13 battle in Baltimore.


QB C.J. Beathard
RB Matt Breida
DE Dee Ford
K Chase McLaughlin
WR Dante Pettis
OT Joe Staley
TE Levine Toilolo


CB Anthony Averett
S Bennett Jackson
CB Iman Marshall
QB Trace McSorley
OG Ben Powers
WR Jaleel Scott
DT Zach Sieler

Video: Ravens Look to Take Down the One-Loss Niners in Week 13 Action

The game of the week for NFL week 13 will take place in Baltimore this week, as the 10-1 49ers will look to take down the 9-2 Ravens.

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Ravens Lose Center Matt Skura for the Rest of the Season with a Knee Injury

While the Ravens were busy beating up the defending NFC Champion Los Angeles Rams on Monday night, the team lost one of their key players on offense, and he could be out the rest of the season. reports that Ravens center Matt Skura will miss the rest of the 2019 regular season with a knee injury.

Skura is currently second in Pro Bowl voting, illustrating his popularity among Ravens and NFL fans. His departure due to injury will be difficult for his teammates to bear, but there’s hope that his absence won’t be as noticeable at least in one phase of Baltimore’s offense.

Pro Football Focus ranks Skura as the NFL’s 22nd best center in pass blocking with a grade of 63.9, which places him directly behind veteran Eagles center Jason Kelce, but well off the mark established by the league’s elite.

Pass blocking for Lamar Jackson can make evaluating a lineman a little murky, but can also make things easier on a lineman who is tasked with keeping a defender off a hyper-mobile passer.

The run-blocking department might see a hit, though, as Skura is tied for 11th in the NFL among all centers with at least 250 snaps played in run blocking grade, earning a flat 61 mark from PFF. Then again, Baltimore is averaging a league-best 210.5 yards per game on the ground, so even a slight downgrade would still keep the Ravens near the top of the league.

With Skura out, the team will turn to Patrick Mekari at the center spot. Mekari is in his rookie season out of Cal. Bradley Bozeman is now the backup for the Ravens at the center spot.