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|16||Giants||W 27 - 13||4||3||1||0||1||0|
|15||Jaguars||W 40 - 14||3||2||1||0||0||0|
|14||@Browns||W 47 - 42||10||5||5||0||0||0|
|13||Cowboys||W 34 - 17||5||1||4||0||0||0|
|12||@Steelers||L 14 - 19||12||4||8||0||0||0|
|11||Titans||L 24 - 30||5||4||1||0||0||0|
|10||@Patriots||L 17 - 23||6||4||2||0||0||0|
|9||@Colts||W 24 - 10||3||3||0||0||0||1||0||1|
|8||Steelers||L 24 - 28||2||2||0||0||0||0|
|3||Chiefs||L 20 - 34||10||6||4||0||0||1|
|2||@Texans||W 33 - 16||5||3||2||0.5||0||0|
|6||@Eagles||W 30 - 28||3||2||1||0||0||0||1|
|5||Bengals||W 27 - 3||9||5||4||1||0||0|
|4||@Football Team||W 31 - 17||6||3||3||0||0||0|
|1||Browns||W 38 - 6||4||2||2||0||0||1|
News & Notes: Lamar Jackson Can Make More Rushing History
J.K. Dobbins makes flashy runs, but he's also a finisher. Chuck Clark relishes the challenge of blanketing tight ends. The Ravens aren't dwelling on the season finale vs. Bengals in 2017.
Who's Playing, Who's Not vs. Cowboys
Calais Campbell, Jimmy Smith, Brandon Williams, Chuck Clark and Jaylon Ferguson are among nine Ravens who are questionable. Tramon Williams and Broderick Washington are doubtful.
Ravens Explain Bad Snaps, O-Line Shuffle, Failed Wildcat, Patriots' Trick Play
The rain was the biggest problem with the snaps. The execution was the problem with the Wildcat fourth down. The Ravens had prepared for the possibility of a trick play all week.
Injuries and Patriots Too Much for Ravens' Run Defense
New England dominated with its running game Sunday night, rushing for 173 yards against Baltimore's injury-depleted defense.
The Breakdown: Eisenberg's Five Thoughts on Win in Indy
The Ravens are toughening. The change in offensive tempo was decisive. Everybody stepped up on defense. John Harbaugh had a very good day.
News & Notes: John Harbaugh Has Heard No Talk of Postponing Ravens-Colts Game
Chuck Clark shares his reaction to hearing that Marlon Humphrey tested positive. The Colts defense poses a big challenge and seeing Philip Rivers will be somewhat similar to facing Ben Roethlisberger.
Ravens See Practices Without Eight Defensive Players as an Opportunity
The Ravens have eight defensive players on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, creating an opportunity for others to fill the void.
SociaLight: Anthony Levine Sr. Votes for the First Time
The Ravens have made a push to promote voting, and they and players from around the NFL are following through.
Ravens' Defense Has Many Disguises and a Desire to Dominate
Baltimore's defense has given up the fewest points in the NFL, with an aggressive scheme that attacks and forces mistakes.
Late for Work 10/13: Ravens Secondary Continues to Be a Smash Hit
Veteran defensive back Marcus Gilchrist came up from the practice squad and made an immediate impact. Looking at Cincinnati's decision to kick a field goal in the final minute to avoid being shut out. Three teams from AFC North are among the 10 most likely to win the Super Bowl, according to ESPN's Football Power Index.
News & Notes: Fast-Starting Ravens Face Patrick Mahomes' Late-Game Magic
An early lead against Patrick Mahomes isn't safe. Marcus Peters focuses on excellence, not comparisons to other corners. Decision in Breonna Taylor case deeply disappoints Lamar Jackson and Chuck Clark.
Late for Work 9/1: The Best Quarterback in the AFC North Is … Not Lamar Jackson?
Jackson ranks No. 2 in the league in 'win share' metric. Chuck Clark is one of the top 10 breakout players for 2020. Which players could be surprise stars for the Ravens in Week 1?
Practice Report: Chuck Clark Is Everywhere During Impressive Day
Whenever a quarterback threw in Chuck Clark's direction Thursday, he seemed one step ahead of everyone else.
Eisenberg: Another Testament to Recognizing and Developing Talent
The Ravens will be relying on a pair of sixth-round picks at safety this season, and they're not the only late-round load-bearing personnel.
News & Notes: Chuck Clark and DeShon Elliott Already Have Chemistry
Before they became starters, Chuck Clark and DeShon Elliott had already bonded. Mark Andrews says Jimmy Smith can cover tight ends. A higher pay scale for tight ends is a trend Andrews endorses.
Practice Report: Lamar Jackson Gets Day Off to Rest Arm
Rookie linebacker Malik Harrison showed his run-stuffing power twice on the goal line. Chuck Clark had a couple nice pass breakups. Jaleel Scott hauls in an impressive juggling catch.
Practice Report: Tempers Flare Between Ravens Safeties
Earl Thomas III and Chuck Clark got into it after an offensive touchdown. Marquise "Hollywood" Brown scored two long touchdowns. Rookie wide receiver James Proche II continues to stand out.
Eisenberg: 50 Words or Less
Chuck Clark is especially important in a loaded secondary. Taking a look at the defensive line. Baseball's coronavirus problems don't mean the NFL is doomed.
Late for Work 8/7: Ravens Defense Ranked No. 1 Entering 2020
Colin Cowherd doubles down on Ravens going 16-0, winning Super Bowl. Phil Simms says the Ravens don't need Antonio Brown.
News & Notes: Patrick Queen Focused on Making Instant Impact
First-round pick Patrick Queen doesn't envision being the on-field play-caller. J.K. Dobbins is excited about Ravens' 'complex' offense and benefitted from workouts with Dalvin Cook.
Late for Work 7/9: Lamar Jackson Not in Top 5 in ESPN's Quarterback Rankings
Pro Football Focus projects the best- and worst-case scenarios for the Ravens' record this season. Safeties Earl Thomas III and Chuck Clark are primed to build on last year's success. Marquise 'Hollywood' Brown's bulked-up physique catches Jerry Jeudy's attention.
Late for Work 6/29: A Look Inside the NFL's 'Hardest' Conditioning Test
J.K. Dobbins is working out with Dwayne Haskins. Special Teams Coordinator Chris Horton can be a 'game changer.' Earl Thomas III and Chuck Clark are one of the NFL's top safety tandems.
Late for Work 6/24: Ravens Reportedly Had 'Discussions' About Antonio Brown
Pundits are confident in Patrick Queen. Chuck Clark is a reason why the Ravens shouldn't trade for Jamal Adams. Fan attendance could look different for every team.
Schedule Is Out, Now Players Hope They Will Play Games
With the 2020 schedule revealed, players are hoping the season goes on as scheduled.
Chuck Clark: Next Step Is to Finish
Safety Chuck Clark talks about the takeaways from the Ravens' 2020 season.
Chuck Clark Talks About Bills' Weapons
Safety Chuck Clark discusses the possibility of a snow game and what he sees from Josh Allen and Chuck Clark.
Chuck Clark: The Adversity Has 'Made Us Stronger'
Safety Chuck Clark talks about getting an interception and the team's celebration after reaching the playoffs. (edited)
Highlight: Chuck Clark's Toe-Drag Swag Interception
Safety Chuck Clark makes an impressive interception in the fourth quarter in Cincinnati.
Chuck Clark Talks About Challenge of Covering Tight Ends
Safety Chuck Clark discusses the team's leadership after the Ravens fell to 6-5 on a three-game losing skid.
Highlight: Chuck Clark Breaks Up Fourth-Down Pass
The Ravens defense gets a fourth-down stop in the fourth quarter against the Giants.
Chuck Clark Talks About Wild Browns Game
Safety Chuck Clark discusses Lamar Jackson's comeback from cramps and thinking Willie Snead IV may enter at quarterback.
Chuck Clark: Win From Here on Out
Safety Chuck Clark talks about the COVID-19 outbreak and week of preparation for the Steelers.
Chuck Clark: No Excuses, Next Man Has to Step Up
Safety Chuck Clark talks about the issues on run defense against the Patriots.
1-on-1 With Chuck Clark: Being a Defensive Leader
Safety Chuck Clark talks about his fumble return for a touchdown and where the defense still wants to improve.
Chuck Clark Talks About Hurdling Philip Rivers
Safety Chuck Clark discusses Wink Martindale's play-calling and his fumble return for a touchdown.
Highlight: Chuck Clark Hurdles Philip Rivers on Fumble Return Touchdown
Cornerback Marcus Peters ripped the ball away from Jonathan Taylor and Chuck Clark returned it 65 yards for a touchdown to tie the game early.
Wired: Tough Finish to Another Classic
Tight end Nick Boyle and safety Chuck Clark were mic'd for the Ravens' 28-24 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Chuck Clark Talks About How Defense Will Adjust
Safety Chuck Clark says if he weren't able to practice this week, he would make sure he's even more locked in during the mental preparation.
Final Drive: Not Your Typical Bye Week
The Ravens are required to stay in the area and that's fine with them because they plan to keep working to improve.
Chuck Clark Explains Defensive Lapses
Safety Chuck Clark talks about the team's outlook after its close game in Philadelphia.
Highlight: Chuck Clark Forces Fumble
Safety Chuck Clark forced a fumble on Chiefs running back Darwin Thompson near the start of the third quarter.
Chuck Clark: Every Game Is a Statement Game
The Ravens safety talks about what Marcus Peters allows Baltimore to do this time against Patrick Mahomes.
Highlight: Ravens Defense Swarms for Fourth Sack
Safety Chuck Clark shares a sack on Texans quarterback DeSean Watson late in the Week 2 win.
Chuck Clark Is Excited to Bring Some Normalcy Back
Safety Chuck Clark talks about how hyped up he is for DeShon Elliott to make his first career start.
Schrager Reveals Ravens' 'Next Great Safety' Prospect
NFL Network's Peter Schrager reveals Baltimore Ravens' "next great safety" prospect entering 2020.
DeShon Elliott: I Will Make My Plays
Ravens safety DeShon Elliott talks about waiting for his turn, his chemistry with Chuck Clark and the mentors he learned from.
Chuck Clark: We're Moving Forward
afety Chuck Clark talks about playing with DeShon Elliott and his role as a defensive leader.
Final Drive: Chuck Clark Is 'Bold, Brilliant, And Brief'
Head Coach John Harbaugh said the green for communication helmet will likely stay with safety Chuck Clark.