Jackson completed 17 of 29 passes for 186 yards, one touchdown and one interception in Week 11 against Tennessee. He added 13 rushes for 51 yards on the ground.
The Ravens scored on three of their first four possessions of the game, though two stalled inside the 10-yard line and another was capped by a J.K. Dobbins rushing touchdown. That limited Jackson to one total touchdown, which came on a 31-yard strike to Mark Andrews. Even so, Jackson maintained his production on the ground, topping 50 rushing yards for the eighth time in 10 games this season. Jackson will draw a tough Week 12 matchup Thanksgiving Night against the Steelers, a defense that turned him over four times in a Week 8 showdown.
Jackson completed 24 of 34 pass attempts for 249 yards, two touchdowns and an interception while adding 55 rushing yards on 11 carries in Sunday's 23-17 loss to New England.
Jackson fell short in the battle of former Heisman and NFL MVP award winners, turning the ball over on downs on Baltimore's final drive. The 249 passing yards were the second-highest total for the 23-year-old this season, and he was able to accomplish the feat in wet and windy conditions at Foxborough. Jackson now has 16 passing touchdowns and three rushing scores through nine games, putting him on pace to finish well below the 36 and seven, respectively, he posted in a dominant MVP campaign last year. The Louisville product criticized his coaching staff for predictable play-calling after throwing for just 170 yards and no touchdowns against the Colts last week, so perhaps this immediate improvement in the passing game can be attributed to an adjustment made by offensive coordinator Greg Roman. Those with shares in Jackson are hoping this success will carry through the rest of the season, starting with a tough matchup against the Titans on Sunday.
Jackson completed 19 of 23 passes for 170 yards and carried the ball 13 times for 58 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Colts.
It was an efficient, if quiet, performance through the air for Jackson, but he led the Ravens in rushing on the afternoon as Baltimore's defense controlled the game. It's the first time all season the QB hasn't tossed a TD pass, but he's now failed to top 208 passing yards in seven straight starts, putting a ceiling on his fantasy value despite his contributions on the ground. Jackson could struggle to post better numbers in Week 10 facing a Patriots defense that's been stingy against the pass.
Jackson went 13-for-28 passing with 208 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions during Sunday's 28-24 loss to the Steelers. He also ran for 65 yards on 16 carries, fumbling three times while turning over possession twice.
Pittsburgh's defense disrupted the pocket throughout Sunday's AFC North showdown, collecting nine QB hits and four sacks on the 2019 NFL MVP. Jackson's outing was turbulent from the start, as he threw a 33-yard pick-six to Steelers linebacker Robert Spillane within the first minute of regulation. After posting a 5:0 TD:INT the first three weeks of the season, Jackson has regressed to a 7:5 ratio over his past four outings, throwing for an underwhelming 172.8 passing yards per game since Sept. 28. His rushing floor remains elite as usual, as Jackson has averaged 58.7 yards per game on the ground to follow up his record-breaking campaign from a year ago. He'll prepare for another challenging matchup in Week 9 when Baltimore takes on the Colts' fourth-ranked scoring defense.
Jackson completed 16 of 27 pass attempts for 186 yards and a touchdown while adding 108 yards and another score on nine carries during Sunday's 30-28 win over the Eagles.
Jackson averaged a pedestrian 6.9 yards per attempt and was held under 200 passing yards for the fourth straight game, with his only score through the air coming on a seven-yard connection with Nick Boyle. He was excellent as a runner, however, as he topped the 100-yard mark for the first time this season and scored an electrifying 37-yard rushing touchdown. Jackson hasn't been quite as dynamic this season as he was a year ago, but he still owns an excellent 10:2 TD:INT and has his team sitting at 5-1. He'll use the upcoming bye week to rest before taking on the Steelers in Week 8.
Coach John Harbaugh said Monday that he expects Jackson to practice in full this week, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Jackson, who missed two practices last week due to an illness and knee injury, was initially listed as questionable for Sunday's 27-3 win over the Bengals. He didn't look to be dealing with any restrictions on the field, though, as he completed 19 of 37 passes for 180 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. His two carries were a career low, but the Ravens also weren't pressured to lean on Jackson's scrambling abilities at any point during Sunday's blowout victory. Barring any setbacks, Jackson looks like he'll be a full-go at Philadelphia in Week 6.
Jackson completed 19 of 37 passes for 180 yards with two touchdowns and one interception, adding three rushing yards on two carries during Sunday's 27-3 win against the Bengals.
Though Jackson extends his regular-season record to an incredible career mark of 23-4, his three rushing yards against Cincinnati are the fewest in any of his NFL starts. The 2019 MVP had been efficient while posting a 68.4 percent completion rate with seven TDs and one INT coming into Week 5, but his passing yardage totals have been underwhelming, as he is now averaging fewer than 190 yards per game following Sunday's outing against Cincinnati. A Week 6 matchup against Philadelphia provides a bounce-back opportunity for Jackson, as the Eagles surrendered 239 passing yards, 136 rushing yards and 38 points in a loss to the Steelers on Sunday.
Jackson (knee/illness) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
This was expected after coach John Harbaugh declared Friday that Jackson was "good to go" for Week 5 action, but it's still worth confirming after the QB was one of 12 players officially listed as questionable by the team heading into the weekend. Baltimore's franchise signal-caller will thus take aim at a beatable Bengals defense that has allowed an average of 243.0 passing yards and 158.5 rushing yards per game through the first four weeks of the season.
Jackson (knee/illness) is expected to play Sunday against the Bengals, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The 23-year-old is officially considered questionable, though he was able to practice as a full participant Friday and coach John Harbaugh said his quarterback was "good to go." WR Marquise Brown (knee) and TE Mark Andrews (thigh) are also expected to suit up, so Jackson should have his usual complement of weapons for Week 5.
The Ravens are listing Jackson (knee/illness) as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, but he's expected to start after practicing fully Friday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Jackson missed the Ravens' first two practices of Week 5, sitting out Wednesday with a minor knee issue and Thursday due to a stomach ailment. After Jackson was able to take every rep at Friday's practice with no visible bracing or wrapping on either knee, coach John Harbaugh declared the star signal-caller "good to go" for Sunday's game, according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com. In a similar vein, Jackson told reporters at practice he was "100 percent," so his questionable designation is probably more akin to the NFL's old "probable" designation. Jackson's fantasy managers should have no reservations about starting him in a favorable Week 5 matchup.
Coach John Harbaugh confirmed Friday that Jackson (knee/illness) is "good to go" for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
After the quarterback felt some soreness in his knee Wednesday, the Ravens decided that the best course of action was for him to take a rest day. On Thursday, Jackson was sidelined again, this time due to a stomach illness. Neither the ailment nor the knee issue kept him off the field Friday, however, prompting the Ravens to deem the star quarterback 100 percent heading into the weekend. Jackson looks like a strong Week 5 fantasy option, taking on a beatable Bengals defense that has allowed an average of 243.0 passing yards and 158.5 rushing yards per game to date.
Jackson (knee/illness) was seen participating at Friday's practice with no apparent limitations, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
The 23-year-old sat out practice the past two days while battling an illness and a minor knee issue, but his presence on the field Friday offers reassurance about his availability for Sunday's game against the Bengals. Jackson wasn't seen with a knee brace, which confirms the minor nature of the injury. It's still unclear if he'll be able to completely avoid an injury designation heading into the weekend, but there seems to be little doubt about Jackson's status for the divisional game.
Jackson (knee/illness) is expected to suit up against the Bengals on Sunday despite having missed Thursday's practice due to a stomach ache, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Neither Jackson's current ailment nor the knee injury that caused him to miss Wednesday's practice are expected to be enough to seriously endanger his readiness for Sunday's game against the Bengals, though it is notable that he's now missed back-to-back practices for the first time in his young career. Tom Pelissero of NFL Network notes that the Ravens consider both issues to be minor, so if Jackson is at least able to upgrade to 'limited' participation Friday it'll bode well for his Week 5 availability.
Jackson, who missed practice Thursday, is dealing with both a knee issue and an illness, per the Ravens' injury report, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Jackson's back-to-back absences from practice now have added context, with Tom Pelissero noting during an appearance on NFL Network that both of the QB's issues are considered minor and that his status for Sunday's game against the Bengals shouldn't be impacted.
Jackson (knee) didn't practice Thursday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Hensley points out that this is the first time that the QB has missed back-to-back regular season practices during his three-year NFL career. Initial reports indicated that Jackson's knee issue isn't considered serious, but obviously what he's able to do at practice Friday will be telling with regard to his status for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Jackson sat out practice Wednesday with a knee issue that isn't considered serious, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The report notes that Jackson was held out of practice for "precautionary reasons," which led to Robert Griffin handling first-team reps at quarterback. Jackson's status will be revisited when the Ravens practice again Thursday, but so far, there's no reason to think that his availability for Sunday's game against the Bengals is in any danger.
Jackson isn't participating in Wednesday's practice, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
The official reason for Jackson's absence will be revealed when Baltimore releases its first Week 5 injury report later Wednesday. At this time, the Ravens haven't indicated whether their star quarterback is dealing with any sort of injury, or if he's sitting out the session for rest/personal reasons.
Jackson completed 14 of 21 pass attempts for 193 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in Week 4 against Washington. He also added 53 yards and another touchdown on the ground.
Jackson delivered a number of explosive plays, highlighted by a 50-yard rushing touchdown early in the second quarter to put the Ravens up 14-0. He also delivered a pair of precise throws in the end zone to Mark Andrews, connecting for scores of 25 and 22 yards. The only thing holding Jackson back from an even bigger performance was game script, as he attempted a season-low 21 passes and was rested during the Ravens' final two possessions of the game. Jackson will have another favorable matchup in Week 5 against Cincinnati.
Jackson completed 15 of 28 passes for 97 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's 34-20 loss to the Chiefs. He also rushed nine times for 83 yards, but lost one of his two fumbles.
Jackson and the Ravens' high-flying offense was grounded in uncharacteristic fashion in Monday's much-anticipated tussle. Whereas opposing quarterback Patrick Mahomes totaled over 400 yards and five touchdowns, Jackson failed to even top 100 passing yards. Along with that career low, Jackson also needed until the fourth quarter to score Baltimore's first offensive touchdown, a five-yard pass to tight end Nick Boyle. If there was any silver lining, Jackson at least had a big game running the ball, setting a new season high while topping 75 rushing yards for the 13th time of his career. Nonetheless, after falling flat in Monday's matchup, Jackson will undoubtedly be eager to return to his MVP best in Week 4 versus Washington.
Jackson completed 18 of 24 passes for 204 yards and a touchdown and ran for 54 yards on 16 carries in Sunday's 33-16 win over the Texans.
After a first quarter that saw only one field goal between the two teams, the Ravens' running game and defense took control, leaving Jackson with little need to air it out. This kind of game script could become common for Baltimore this season, limiting the production of the team's superstar QB, but that shouldn't be an issue in Week 3 as Jackson and the Ravens go toe to toe with Patrick Mahomes and the defending Super Bowl champions from Kansas City.
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|2||Sun 09/20||@ HOU||W 33-16||18||24||204||1||0|
|3||Mon 09/28||vs KC||L 20-34||15||28||97||1||0|
|4||Sun 10/04||@ WAS||W 31-17||14||21||193||2||1|
|5||Sun 10/11||vs CIN||W 27-3||19||37||180||2||1|
|8||Sun 11/01||vs PIT||L 24-28||13||28||208||2||2|
|9||Sun 11/08||@ IND||W 24-10||19||23||170||0||0|
|10||Sun 11/15||@ NE||L 17-23||24||34||249||2||1|
|11||Sun 11/22||vs TEN||L 24-30||17||29||186||1||1|
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