The Ravens have been dominant on both sides of the ball during their four-game win streak, outscoring their opponents 130-49, but no team is perfect, right? QB Lamar Jackson weighed in on his defense.
“I believe our defense has no weakness,” Jackson told reporters. “How theyre flying around and disguising defenses to make it look like one coverage but its something else. … It helps us out a lot.”
Its certainly a biased opinion, but Baltimores defense has been playing lights out, allowing the fewest
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points per game (13.8) and second-least total yards per game (262.6) in the league. It has also allowed a touchdown on just nine of 105 drives this season, which is the fewest in the NFL, per
Pro Football Focus.The Ravens start to the season is even more impressive as they have seen several injuries to key defenders, including linebackers Odafe Oweh, David Ojabo and Tyus Bowser.
Linebackers Jadeveon Clowney and Kyle Van Noy have stepped up in the others absences and are a strong reason why the team leads the league in
sacks (35).The play of Baltimores backups has the rest of the defense feeling as confident as ever.”If we all lock in and just do what were capable of … nobody should be able to stop us,” LB
Patrick Queen said. “The only people who can stop us is us.”If these are the numbers the defense is putting up now, imagine what it will be able to do when fully healthy.
The Ravens defense will need to continue their dominant streak in Week 10 when they host their divisional rival Cleveland Browns in what will surely be a battle in the trenches.