NFL-Ravens, Burgundy and Gold and What’s on the Radio

The Ravens knocked the Denver Broncos from the ranks of the unbeaten Sunday with a 23-7 victory. Lamar Jackson threw for 316 yards and a touchdown. His TD was a 49-yarder to Marquis Brown that put Baltimore ahead for good in the second quarter. Jackson also rushed for 5 yards on the game’s final play. That gave the Ravens their 43rd consecutive 100-yard rushing game which ties the NFL record set by Pittsburgh in the 1970s. And Justin Tucker hit 3 field goals including his career 300th a week after hitting his record-breaking 66-yarder. Theyll host the Indianapolis Colts next Monday night. Coverage begins at 7:45 on WNAV.

The Washington Football Team: Taylor Heinicke ad-libbed a 30-yard touchdown pass to J.D. McKissic with 33 seconds remaining, rallying the Washington Football Team to a 34-30 victory over the Atlanta Falcons. He completed 23 of 33 passes for 290 yards and three touchdowns-two of them in the final 3:52 to pull it out for Washington. Theyll host the Saints next Sunday.

Sunday Night Football: Tom Brady was a winner in his return to Foxborough as he rallied the Bucs to a 19-17 win over New England. Brady was 22 of 43 for 269 yards with no touchdowns on a rainy Sunday night, but he engineered the fourth-quarter drive to beat his former team. The winning drive was capped by Ryan Succop’s 48-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter.

Monday Night Football: The San Diego Chargers host the Las Vegas Raiders. Tonight’s coverage begins at 7:30 on WNAV.

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