Tom Zbikowski: First Draft
The NFL Network profiles Notre Dame FS Tom Zbikowski.
GMFB Awards a Week 6 Game Ball to John Harbaugh
The "Good Morning Football" crew awards Week 6 game balls, including one from Kay Adams for Baltimore Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh.
GMFB: How Ravens Are Having Success After Array of Injuries
The "GMFB" crew explains how the Baltimore Ravens are having success after array of preseason injuries.
Full Highlights: Ravens Trounce Chargers, 34-6
Baltimore's defense was dominant and the Ravens offense methodical in a Week 6 win over the Los Angeles Chargers at M&T Bank Stadium.
Highlights: Lamar Jackson's Best Plays vs. Chargers
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson threw a touchdown and had a couple eye-popping runs in a 34-6 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.
Highlights: Top Plays From Ravens' Blowout Win Over Chargers
Check out the top plays from the Baltimore Ravens in their 34-6 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 6 at M&T Bank Stadium.
Highlight: Devonta Freeman Scampers in for Touchdown
Baltimore Ravens RB Devonta Freeman scores a 9-yard touchdown on the first play of the fourth quarter to put Baltimore up big, 34-6.
Highlight: Lamar Jackson's 20-Yard Dart to Marquise Brown
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown hauls in a long pass from Lamar Jackson in the third quarter.
Highlight: Ravens Defense Gets Another Fourth-Down Stop
Chargers QB Justin Herbert misfires on a fourth-and-short pass aimed at CB Marlon Humphrey.
Highlight: Lamar Andrews Hits Mark Andrews for Touchdown
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson connects with TE Mark Andrews for a 9-yard touchdown to give the Ravens an 18-point lead in the third quarter.
Highlight: Devin Duvernay Opens Second Half With Long Kickoff Return
Baltimore Ravens WR/RS Devin Duvernay takes the opening kickoff of the second half 47 yards.
Highlight: Rashod Bateman's First Career Catch Is a First Down
Baltimore Ravens rookie WR Rashod Bateman picks up six yards with a slant over the middle on his first career catch.
Highlight: DeShon Elliott Picks Off Justin Herbert
Baltimore Ravens safety DeShon Elliott makes his first career interception with an impressive catch deep down the field.
Highlight: Justin Tucker Connects From 52 Yards Out
Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker puts the Ravens up 17-0 with a 52-yard field goal in the second quarter.
Highlight: Marlon Humphrey Breaks Up 4th-Down Pass
Baltimore Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey forces an incompletion when the Los Angeles Chargers try to hit Mike Williams with a pass on fourth-and-3 from their own 35.
Highlight: Josh Bynes Breaks Up Third-Down Pass
Linebacker Josh Bynes hits wide receiver Mike Williams, who juggled a pass over the middle.
Highlight: Le'Veon Bell Prances in for Touchdown
Baltimore Ravens RB Le'Veon Bell takes the misdirection handoff and is wide open for a 2-yard touchdown to put the Ravens up 14-0 in the second quarter.
Highlight: Lamar Jackson Hits Mark Andrews for Red Zone Strike
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson finds TE Mark Andrews for a 21-yard gain to get the Ravens to the 2-yard line.
Highlight: Only Lamar Jackson Can Make This Play
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson weaves for a 22-yard run on 1st-and-20.
Highlight: Lamar Jackson Goes Sidearm to Mark Andrews
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson slings a 16-yard pass to tight end Mark Andrews.
Highlight: DeShon Elliott Sacks Justin Herbert
Baltimore Ravens safety DeShon Elliott comes unblocked off the edge to take down Chargers QB Justin Herbert on third down.
Highlight: Latavius Murray Scores Up the Gut
Baltimore Ravens RB Latavius Murray rips a 14-yard run up the middle to get the Ravens on the board first.
Highlight: Devonta Freeman Breaks Off 16-Yard Run
Baltimore Ravens RB Devonta Freeman gets the right edge for a long gain on the ground against the Chargers defense.
Highlight: Chuck Clark Reads Justin Herbert for Pass Breakup
Baltimore Ravens Chuck Clark gets his hand on a third-and-10 pass to for a punt on the Los Angeles Chargers' first offensive series.
Next Gen Edge: Ravens Should Utilize Run Game vs. Chargers
Next Gen Stats might prove the Baltimore Ravens have the edge on the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 6.