Lamar Jackson of the Ravens

Regarding the Ravens’ 188 running yards against the Saints

During Monday night’s 27-13 road victory, the Baltimore Ravens offence pounded the New Orleans Saints on the ground, racking up 188 rushing yards, including a game-high 93 and two touchdowns on 24 carries from Kenyan Drake.

“The human will has its limits. It was only hammering downward and upward “through the Associated Press, Drake said. This team’s only focus is to continue to exhaust opponents by playing four quarters of football against them.

Lamar Jackson completed just 12-of-22 passes for 133 yards and a touchdown. One would assume that a team with a leading pass receiver who gained 24 yards had a poor offensive performance in a league where passing is encouraged.

Unlike Baltimore.

The Ravens had only one three-and-out on the night, produced 23 first downs (14 rushing), and continually pushed the Saints off the ball despite a couple mistakes from Jackson’s passing. Baltimore gained 188 yards on 40 rushes, averaging 4.7 yards per carry, including two Drake touchdowns.

Drake remarked, “Most of the time we’re going to win that war. If you can stand up to that, more power to you.”

Jackson’s passing day wasn’t terrific since he missed his two main targets. Nevertheless, the former NFL MVP made a difference with his legs, rushing for 82 yards on just 11 attempts.

Even when the passing game isn’t dynamic, Ravens coach John Harbaugh knows he has a game-changer in Jackson.

Harbaugh stated, “I do not take anything for granted. “I believe I said “Wow” a few times. Lamar competes at a higher level. The passing statistics alone are insufficient.”

When Baltimore plays more potent offences, the Ravens’ pass-game concerns might become a problem, but that won’t happen anytime soon. Baltimore won’t play a club with a winning record until Week 18 when they take on the Cincinnati Bengals. The offences of the Panthers, Jaguars, Broncos, Steelers, Browns, and Falcons aren’t very intimidating.

The Ravens have some time to iron out the wrinkles while hoping that Mark Andrews gets well and that Jackson can develop a steady relationship with the wealth of receivers that Baltimore has to offer. They demonstrated on Monday that their defence and run game can help them defeat the underdogs in the meantime.

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