Ravens Are Battle-Tested, But Are the Bills?
Baltimore is heading to upstate New York to take on the Buffalo Bills, a team that's having one of their best seasons in over twenty years. The Ravens currently have the No. 1 playoff seed in the AFC and have a ton to play for the rest of the year, but the Bills do as well. At 9-3, the Bills are just a game behind the New England Patriots in the AFC East.
Ravens Okay Sharing 'Nobody Cares, Work Harder' Motto with Lakers
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson often wears a shirt with a slogan that reads "Nobody Cares, Work Harder." It's a reminder for the young Ravens quarterback to keep moving toward his goals despite any adversity. Now, players for the Los Angeles Lakers of the NBA have also adopted the slogan because of its message.
Brandon Carr Is Ravens 2019 Ed Block Award Winner
Cornerback Brandon Carr is the Ravens 2019 recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award, which is presented to the player who exemplifies a commitment to the principles of sportsmanship and courage. The award also recognizing a player’s efforts on the field and his ability to overcome adversity.
Jackson Named AFC Offensive Player of the Month
Quarterback Lamar Jackson was named the AFC Player of the Month after the Baltimore Ravens went undefeated in November. Jackson threw for 777 yards with 13 touchdowns and no interceptions in four victories over the past month. He completed 76.2 percent (64 of 84) of his pass attempts over that stretch. Jackson also ran for 300 yards on 41 carries with three touchdowns.
Video: Ravens Confident Teams Not Trying to Hurt Jackson
Are teams targeting Lamar Jackson with late hits?That was a question raised after the Ravens 20-17 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Week 13. San Francisco was flagged twice for roughing-the-passer. Ravens coach John Harbaugh had a heated exchange with 49ers safety Marcell Harris after safety Jimmie Ward appeared to tackle Jackson out of bounds, but there was no penalty. Harbaugh had a softer stance this week about the hits on Jackson and whether teams were trying to intentionally hurt him.
Video: Lamar Jackson Would Be Honored to Break Vick's Record
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson needs just 63 yards to break Michael Vick’s single-season record for the most rushing yards by a quarterback, 1,039, set in 2006. He will have the opportunity to reach that milestone Week 14 against the Buffalo Bill, who are ranked 14th against the run.