The Ravens did to the Jaguars what good teams should do to bad teams. Dominate them. Here are my thoughts on the Ravens vs Jaguars game from week 15. We analyze all the star players and their performances.
Lamar Jackson had a great day. He threw for 243 yards, three touchdowns, and one interception. Jackson also ran for another touchdown. He had his first four-touchdown game of the year. He was a big part of the Ravens 159 rushing yards.
Marquise Brown also had a great day. He hauled six catches on seven targets, totaling 98 yards.
Mark Andrews had a nice day hauling in five catches for 66 yards and a touchdown.
The offensive line (and Greg Roman) did well.
The highlight of the game was a 22 yard rumble by Tyre Phillips. Phillips picked up a Jackson fumble and sent defenders flying on his long run.
James Robinson has the third most rushing yards this season. The Ravens held him to just 35 yards. They also held him to his lowest yards per carry on the season: 2.2.
The Ravens were down Jimmy Smith and Marcus Peters. Despite this, the Jaguars continually targeted Marlon Humphrey. Humphrey didn’t play that well. He has been in a small rut, and the Jaguars tried to take advantage. Humphrey did hold his own, but the Ravens need Humphrey to return to his shutdown form if they want to make a playoff run.
Anthony Averett played well in the second corner spot for the Ravens.
The Ravens defense got a safety for their second straight week.
Yannick Ngakoue went up against his former team. He had a field day. He had two sacks and he made an impact throughout the game. Calais Campbell was inactive, so he didn’t get a chance to go against his former team.
There were only three punts. The Jaguars were without their starting punter due to illness, so Aldrick Rosas handled the punting duties. The Jaguars were uber aggressive on fourth downs, knowing that they had to be aggressive if they wanted to have a chance at winning. The Ravens didn’t punt the ball.
This is my analysis of the Ravens vs Jaguars game from last week.