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BALTIMORE — A banner day for older running backs took place at M&T Bank Stadium as Latavius Murray, Le’Veon Bell, and Devonta Freeman each scored a rushing touchdown as the Baltimore Ravens used their powerful running game in a statement victory over the Los Angeles Chargers Sunday afternoon. 
The Ravens dominated from their first possession on and never relented, rushing for over 175 yards in the blowout win. In what has supposed to be a shootout between two of the league’s top young quarterbacks, Lamar Jackson got the better of Justin Herbert — even as the Ravens didn’t have to rely on his arm to win a game this week.  
Baltimore took control of the game on its first drive, which was orchestrated by Murray. He was excellent on the first drive, rushing two times for 22 yards and catching two passes. Baltimore finished with 62 rushing yards on that first drive — which set the tone of the game — as it was capped by Murray’s 14-yard run to put the Ravens up 7-0. Shortly after, the Ravens went 92 yards up the field on their second drive, which was finished off by a Bell 3-yard score — which was his first as a Raven and first touchdown since Week 15 of last season. 
Freeman’s touchdown came on the first play of the fourth quarter, a 9-yard run that put Baltimore up 34-6 and in total command of the battle between two division leaders in the AFC. The Ravens other touchdown came from the arm of Jackson — who found Mark Andrews for a 9-yard strike on Baltimore’s opening possession of the second half to put them up 24-6. Jackson has 42 straight games with a passing or rushing touchdown — the fifth longest streak in NFL history. The drive signified a long day for the Chargers defense and a dominant afternoon for the Ravens offensive line.  
The only sign of life from the Chargers came from an ill-advised throw from Jackson that resulted in an interception. His lone blemish when the game was still within reach set the Chargers up for their lone touchdown of the game. Kyzir White picked off Jackson — one play after DeShon Elliott intercepted Herbert — and Herbert found Jared Cook for a 1-yard pass touchdown two plays later to cut Baltimore’s lead to 17-6 late in the second quarter. Herbert set up the touchdown by finding Mike Williams for a big gain, but Williams was injured on the play. Williams did return in time for the start of the second half. 
Jackson finished 19 of 27 for 167 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. He also had eight carries for 51 yards. Herbert finished 22 of 39 for 195 yards and a touchdown with an interception. 
Takeaways will be coming from this one shortly, but here’s a recap of the action in our live blog below.  
A Sunday W at the Bank. pic.twitter.com/YluWKlWM35
Some pushing and shoving after that final first down run by the Ravens. Chargers were just beaten down today. 
QB Tyler Huntley has entered the game.
And with that, @JHouston50 is 1/2 a sack away from 💯

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This one has been over for a while, but the Ravens have 175 yards on the ground and have completely dominated the Chargers up front. We’re in garbage time now as Baltimore is up 34-6 with 3 minutes left. 
another one for kyzir. https://t.co/Rtk6t3nVTn
RAVENS FOOTBALL😤 pic.twitter.com/Xue9wxBlMT
TOUCHDOWN @devontafreeman!


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TOUCHDOWN @devontafreeman ‼️

WE’RE UP 34-6‼️ pic.twitter.com/CL37pC1CJM
We’re up 21 with 15 minutes to play. 😈 pic.twitter.com/qvGNVmKolP
Lamar Jackson is set to put this game away. 3rd-and-10 pass complete to mark Andrews and teh ravesn are in the red zoen again. 
After 3, Ravens 27, Chargers 6
Latavius Murray injured for the Ravens. He walks off limping.
Le’Veon Bell in the game. 
4 catches for 4 first downs for Rashod Bateman. Been a huge ally for Lamar today. 
Justin Herbert and the Chargers go 3-and-out. Herbert is only 12 for 25 today. He just looks off, but this Ravens defense is really shutting down the Chargers receivers. 
This Ravens defense is locked in. 😈 pic.twitter.com/NIkyoLgiBR
Justin Tucker kicks a 39-yard FG as the Ravens go 3-and-out. 
 Still two 4th down attempts in his own territory by Brandon Staley has given BAL 6 points. Ravens up 27-6.
Three more. We’re up 27-6 after another field goal by @jtuck9. pic.twitter.com/uCnK3BHlkg
Brandon Staley is going for a 4th-and-1 — on his OWN 19! 
The Chargers threw the ball. And it was incomplete. There’s 5:55 left in third quarter. LA down 24-6.
ANOTHER FOURTH-DOWN STOP‼️ pic.twitter.com/WCm170TJcQ
Lamar Jackson was 3-for-3 for 24 yards and a TD on that drive.
Two to Bateman, TD to Andrews. 
12 plays. 52 yards.

TOUCHDOWN @Mandrews_81.

We’re up 24-6!! pic.twitter.com/8cbrSLccNJ
Money Mark 🔥

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Lamar Jackson fires a strike to Mark Andrews for the TD.
That is Jackson’s 42nd straight game with a passing or rushing TD, the 5th longest streak in NFL history.
Ravens up 24-6. 
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Center Bradley Bozeman (back) is questionable to return.
Rashod Bateman is becoming a reliable weapon for the Ravens already. 
 3 catches, 3 first downs. Lamar likes him.
Another first down catch by @R_bateman2! pic.twitter.com/ebPmsMIjgb
Rashod Batmen has two career catches. Both for first downs. He gets the Ravens drive moving as BAL is at the LA 45. 

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