At Los Angeles
8:20 p.m. ET
Key Coaching Decision #1: (BAL ball, leading 3-0 / fourth-and-1, LAC 2 / 12:15 Q2)
• Baltimore decides to go for it on fourth down. Lamar Jackson threw an incomplete pass to Michael Crabtree in the end zone; Crabtree was also called for pass interference on the play.
Key Coaching Decision #2: (BAL ball, leading 3-0 / fourth-and-1, LAC 39 / 6:24 Q2)
• Facing a fourth-and-short in Chargers territory, the Ravens went for it on fourth down. Lamar Jackson ran up the middle for a short gain and the first down. The drive ended with a Ravens field goal to extend the lead.
• Baltimore controlled the game on the ground and won the time of possession battle. They had over 150 yards on the ground as running back Gus Edwards led the way with 92 yards.
• The Ravens defense was incredible in the win over the Chargers. They held a top-10 offense to 198 yards of total offense in the game. When you consider that Los Angeles running back Melvin Gordon was back from injury, it’s even that much more impressive of a performance.
• Lamar Jackson only completed 54 percent of his passes but made plays when he needed, including a 68-yard touchdown pass to rookie tight end Mark Andrews.
• If the season ended today these teams would have a rematch in Baltimore in the wild card round.