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Ravens vs. Rams: MVP, Winners & Losers

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Another ‘scary’ opponent for the Ravens exit their stadium with their heads’ hung low. The final of this score is 45-6.

MVP: QB Lamar Jackson

Jackson ended this game with nearly a full fourth quarter left to play. For the fourth time this sesaon, he hasn’t been needed. His final statline:

15/20, 169 yards, 5 TDs, 0 INTs, 2 sacks, nine yards lost, 139.4 QBRating

8 rushes, 95 yards

Give him the league MVP.


Winners

Coaching staff — From Harbaugh to the coordinators to everybody. This team is unstoppable by all accounts.

RB Mark Ingram — Another day, another 100 yards rushing and a touchdown on the ground. Ingram with the added bonus of a receiving touchdown from a sick seven-yard texas route in the redzone.

CB Marcus Peters — Calling out Jalen Ramsey on the sideline and getting a pick on Goff was sweet, sweet justice for MP Juiceman.

WR Marquise Brown — Two touchdowns in the first half and nearly a third if not for a drop. Hollywood came in quick and outscored the Rams by himself. Hell, Justin Tucker’s PATs alone tie the Rams total score.

WR Willie Snead IV — A cool two-touchdown game from Snead.

WR Seth Roberts — Getting more targets from Jackson and hauling in 39 yards on three catches. Good to see Roberts get going.

RB Gus Edwards — Absolutely bulldozing Eric Weddle was a highlight for tonight.

CB Jimmy Smith — An early sack on Jared Goff really shut down the hype of the Rams making this a game. Then, Smith closed the final Rams’ drive with an interception.

WR Miles Boykin — Nothing like a 4th down reception to keep the chains moving and punishing the opposition. Then, later on, hauling in a 39-yard catch on 3rd down. Get the rookie the reps!

Offensive line — Just a cool 285 yards rushing tonight. Good lord.

OLB Matt Judon — Another strip sack to add to his collection.


Losers*

*These players had a bad game. This shouldn’t be taken too literally. This is a critique article of the game today.

What am I supposed to write here? This was a complete and total dismantling of the Los Angeles Rams in primetime. You want nitpicky? Chuck Clark didn’t recover the strip sack cause he wanted to take it to the house like Marlon Humphrey and Tyus Bowser did in previous weeks. That’s all I got. The defense abused the Rams. The offense made Aaron Donald into a ghost. Ramsey who?