Lamar Jackson throws three TDs as Ravens take 28-7 to halftime

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The Ravens lead 28-7 at halftime. The Dolphins are lucky it’s not worse.

Devin Duvernay opened the game with a 103-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, and Baltimore was off to the races.

The Ravens have 288 yards, with Lamar Jackson going 11-of-13 for 210 yards and three touchdowns and a perfect passer rating of 158.3. Jackson also has six carries for 39 yards. His scoring tosses covered 75 yards to Rashod Bateman, 1 yard to Mark Andrews and 12 yards to Demarcus Robinson.

Bateman has four catches for a career-high 108 yards, and Andrews has caught four for 52.

Baltimore had two touchdowns overturned by replay. The first came on a third-down run by Jackson originally ruled a score but was reversed by replay. An aborted snap on fourth down cost the Ravens any points. The Ravens also had a 26-yard touchdown pass from Jackson to Mark Andrews overturned, with Andrews knee going down short of the goal line. But Andrews caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Jackson on the next play that handed Baltimore a 21-7 lead.

Baltimore has not punted.

The Ravens have held the Dolphins to 166 yards, with Marcus Williams intercepting Tua Tagovailoa twice. Tagovailoa is 12-of-20 for 150 yards with a touchdown.

Jaylen Waddle has five receptions for 89 yards and a touchdown, and Tyreek Hill has caught three passes for 21 yards.

9 responses to “Lamar Jackson throws three TDs as Ravens take 28-7 to halftime

  1. If the Ravens give him a fully guaranteed contract they’re idiots he may look great right now but in a couple years when his body breaks down faster because of how much he runs they’ll still have to pay him all that money and he won’t even be on the field that much

  2. Wow! Great comeback by the Dolphins. I hope this gets Sean Payton off Tua’s back for a week.

    The Ravens coaching staff calling two Lamar Jackson runs on 3rd and 2 and 4th and 1. That’s either arrogance or something more sinister. Coaching malpractice either way.

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