Lamar Jackson throws five touchdowns as Ravens dismantle Rams

Lamar Jackson throws five touchdowns as Ravens dismantle Rams

Lamar Jackson throws five touchdowns as Ravens dismantle Rams

He picked it up, split the pocket and sprinted away through the Rams' defense, going 35 thrilling yards before tripping right at the goal line.

Robert Woods was a surprise inactive last week due to personal reasons, and with the Rams playing the Ravens on Monday Night Football, the most recent reports are from Sean McVay on Saturday saying he wouldn't fully commit to Woods playing.

Monday night was not a good night to be a player or fan of the Los Angeles Rams. With Jackson operating nearly flawlessly at the controls, Baltimore embarrassed Aaron Donald and the previously solid Rams defense by racking up 480 yards with its evolving brand of high-octane football. The Ravens held the Rams (6-5) to 221 total yards and had possession of the ball for almost 20 more minutes. The Ravens' 45-6 beatdown of the Rams at the LA Memorial Coliseum was so.

In ESPN's Football Power Index, the Ravens have a 25.9% chance to win the Super Bowl, better than the Patriots (25.3%), 49ers (14.6%), Kansas City Chiefs (7.9%) and Saints (7.8%).

Los Angeles hadn't lost by more than 21 points in its first 43 games under McVay, whose once-prolific offense had another embarrassing performance with just 111 yards in the first three quarters before finishing with 221.

Meanwhile the Rams have won three out of their last four games but are averaging 24.6 points. "Half of the time, I didn't know who had the ball". Brown got his second TD from 18 yards out on Baltimore's second drive, and Ingram capped a 75-yard march with an 11-yard TD run on the third.

The second-year quarterback ended his evening early in the fourth quarter with Baltimore up 42-6.

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