Baltimore Ravens at Los Angeles Chargers, November 26, 2023
- Winning five of their past six games, the Baltimore Ravens
(8-3) travel to the West Coast for a battle with the Los Angeles
Chargers (4-6) on NBC's Sunday Night Football (8:20 p.m. ET
kickoff). At 8-3, the Ravens currently own the AFC's top record
and No. 1 playoff seed.
- Baltimore stands atop the AFC North standings, while Cleveland
is in second at 7-3. (The tight AFC North is the NFL's only division
with each team sporting a .500-or-better mark, as Pittsburgh is
6-4 and Cincinnati is 5-5.)
- This marks the fourth time in Ravens history that they are 8-3
after 11 games of a season, also reaching that record in 2010,
2011 and 2021.
- Baltimore leads the regular season series vs. the Chargers, 8-5.
Under head coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens are 5-2 vs. San
Diego/Los Angeles, winning three straight, including a 22-10
contest in 2018 (when Baltimore last played at the Chargers).
- Since Coach Harbaugh's 2008 arrival, the Ravens' 36-17 record
(.679) in primetime ranks as the NFL's second-best mark. Baltimore
is also 13-4 in primetime games started by QB Lamar Jackson.
- In last Thursday's 34-20 win over Cincinnati, Baltimore gained 405
yards of offense (including 157 rushing), while the defense posted
5 sacks (DE/OLB Jadeveon Clowney, DT Justin Madubuike, OLB
Odafe Oweh, OLB Tavius Robinson and OLB Kyle Van Noy).
Jackson completed 16-of-26 passes for 264 yards and 2 TDs (WR
Rashod Bateman & WR Nelson Agholor) for a 121.3 rating, while
RB Gus Edwards rushed for a team-high 61 yards and 2 TDs.