Jackson Put Up 170 Yards as the Baltimore Ravens Took Care of the Indianapolis Colts 24-10

The Baltimore Ravens showed up Sunday, Nov. 8, 2020 in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis and took care of the Indianapolis Colts by a hard-fought 24-10 victory. The Ravens deployed a rushing game that produced 110 yards and two rushing touchdowns, to go along with a total team offensive output of 266 yards. Quarterback Lamar Jackson contributed with 170 yards and no touchdowns for the game.

Jackson finished the game completing 19 of 23 passes, to lead the way for the Ravens. He ended up with an overall QB rating of 97.50, coming from a performance that included 170 yards, no touchdowns, and zero interceptions for the game.

The Ravens deployed a rushing game led by J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards. For the game, Dobbins carried the ball 12 times and rushed for 30 yards, leading to no touchdowns. Edwards supplemented by carrying the ball 11 times for a total of 23 yards. In the passing game, the Ravens’ top receivers were Willie Snead IV and Marquise Brown. Snead IV caught four passes for a total of 37 yards, while Brown contributed with 38 yards from three passes.

Contributing to the victory was a defensive line stats of no sacks , two forced fumbles, seven tackles for loss, and one defensive touchdown for the Ravens.

Compared to Jackson of the Ravens, Philip Rivers of the Colts threw for 227 yards with no touchdowns, and one interception, completing 25 of 43 passes, for a 62.80 passer rating.

The Colts’ rushing game was led by Jordan Wilkins and Jonathan Taylor. For the game, Wilkins carried the ball 11 times, rushed for 39 yards, and zero touchdowns. Taylor supplemented and carried the ball a total of six times for a total of 27 yards. Meanwhile Zach Pascal and Michael Pittman were the top 2 aerial passing targets for the Colts. Pascal caught five passes from Rivers for a total of 55 yards, while Pittman contributed with 56 yards from four passes.

In their loss, the Colts defense contributed with two forced fumbles and no tackles to go along with two sacks and no defensive touchdowns. This production from the Colts defense was not enough help get a win.

With the win, the Ravens leave Indy with a record of 6-2 for the season, while the Colts record for the season is now 5-3.