NFL

The Baltimore Ravens Topped the New York Giants in a Hard-Fought Victory of 27-13

Sunday, Dec. 27, 2020 in M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore was a day of celebration for the Baltimore Ravens fans, as their team topped the New York Giants in a 27-13 victory. The Ravens rode a rushing game that produced 249 yards and one rushing touchdown, to go along with a Lamar Jackson performance of 183 yards, two touchdowns.

Jackson finished the game completing 17 of 26 passes, to lead the way for the Ravens. He ended up with an overall QB rating of 111.50, coming from a performance that included 183 yards, two touchdowns, and no 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 11 times and rushed for 77 yards, leading to one touchdown. Edwards supplemented by carrying the ball 15 times for a total of 85 yards. In the passing game, the Ravens’ top receivers were Willie Snead IV and Marquise Brown. Snead IV caught two passes for a total of 24 yards, while Brown contributed with 25 yards from four passes.

The Ravens’ defense contributed to the win with six sacks, zero forced fumbles, zero tackles for loss, and scored zero defensive touchdowns.

For the Giants, Daniel Jones ended the day having completed 24 of 41 passes, leading to 252 yards, zero interceptions and one touchdown. His performance resulted in a QB rating of 84.60.

The Giants’ rushing game was led by Wayne Gallman Jr and Dion Lewis. For the game, Gallman Jr carried the ball six times, rushed for 27 yards, and zero touchdowns. Lewis supplemented and carried the ball a total of one time for a total of 15 yards. Meanwhile Sterling Shepard and Dante Pettis were the top 2 aerial passing targets for the Giants. Shepard caught nine passes from Jones for a total of 77 yards, while Pettis contributed with 33 yards from two passes.

In a losing effort, the Giants defense contributed with no sacks , zero forced fumbles, no tackles for loss, and no defensive touchdowns for the game.

With the win, the Ravens leave with a record of 10-5 for the season, while the Giants record for the season now stands at 5-10.