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10 takeaways from Ravens win over the Rams The Baltimore Ravens dominated the Los Angeles Rams as they won 33-7 in Week one of the preseason. The one caveat with this game for the Ravens is that Los Angeles only played two starters. Nevertheless , this was an encouraging performance for Baltimore. Below are ten takeaways from this game. 1. The Ravens first-team offense and defense did what they should have doneAs mentioned above, the Rams restedImagen a majority of their starters, while Baltimore did not. The only projected starters missing from action for the Ravens were Marshal Yanda and Tony Jefferson. Baltimore’s first-team offense, led by Joe Flacco, orchestrated a methodical 10-play, 70-yard drive that ended with a Patrick Ricard six-yard touchdown reception. The Ravens offense, as they should have, dominated a second-team defense. Baltimore’s first-team defense also had their way with a second-team Rams offense. They only allowed one first down and recorded two sacks, which included a strip-sack from Terrell Suggs. The Ravens’ defense has been hyped up all offseason, and they did what they should have done: dominated an offense led by backups.2. RB Gus Edwards is stillthe leader in the UDFA clubhouseThe 14-year streak of an undrafted free agent making Baltimore’s 53-man roster is on the line and running back Gus Edwards continues to be the leader of the pack. After a rough week of practice that included two fumbles, he bounced back in a big way on Thursday night. Edwards rushed for 58 yards, but he also had a crucial drop on third down. Regardless, Edwards was again the star of the night for the undrafted free agents. Mark Thompson may have closed the gap as he had an impressive 29-yard reception , but he is still trailing Edwards.3. OLB Tim Williams is slowly earning more repsWilliams’ rookie season was a disappointment as he was a healthy scratch for half of the year. He struggled with the speed of the game, and he showcased how raw of a prospect he truly was. This preseason has been the complete opposite. Williams flashed in the Hall of Fame Game, and he had a dominant performance against the Rams. He was consistently beating his matchup as he recorded one sack. With Tyus Bowser on the sidelines, Williams will likely battle with Za’Darious Smith for snaps. 4. QB Lamar Jackson continues to progress in his developmentNaturally, quarterback Lamar Jackson has been the biggest storyline thus far. In the Hall of Fame Game, he was inconsistent, but against the Rams, it was far more positive. Jackson delivered several big-time throws, including a 36-yard strike to Chris Moore. Compared to his NFL debut last week, he looked more comfortable in the pocket, while he also displayed his athleticism by rushing for a touchdown. He avoided sacks on several occasions, and with a better offensive line in this matchup than he had in the previous game, he produced. 5. Rookie wide receivers continue to struggleRookie wide receivers Jordan Lasley and Jaleel Scott combined for one reception for nine yards off of five targets Youth Matt Skura Jersey , while they each had a drop. Lasley’s drop was far more concerning than Scott’s, but it was still a rough outing for both receivers. Jackson overthrew Scott in the end zone, but other than that, the pair of rookie receivers struggled to create separation.6. LB Kamalei Correa failed to build off of impressive Hall of Fame GameCorrea was coming off of the best performance of his entire NFL career, but he failed to repeat that. He received snaps at both inside and outside linebacker, and he was unable to generate much pressure. Correa’s instincts at the inside linebacker spot are still under question. He is considered to be on the roster bubble, and he did not help his cause.7. Janarion Grant failed to capitalize on ‘golden opportunity’With Tim White out, Grant had a perfect chance to gain ground in the returner competition. He did not have a terrible showing as he did not drop or fumble any of the kicks, but he did not make a signature play either. Grant needed to have a highlight type of return, and he failed to deliver. 8. DL/FB Patrick Ricard continues to prove his worthPatrick Ricard was considered to be a near-lock heading into the preseason, and after two-games, it is hard to argue that he is not a lock at this point. Against the Rams, Ricard caught a touchdown pass from Joe Flacco , while he also recorded four total tackles and a quarterback hit. He was consistently in the backfield as it was another successful night for ‘Project Pat.’9. Zach Sieler gained an edge in defensive line position battleSieler is battling with Bronson Kaufusi for what could be the final spot on the defensive line, and he certainly improved his roster stock in this matchup. Sieler recorded two total tackles and one sack. He was excellent at generating pressure along the defensive line. Sieler may have been a seventh-round pick, but he has plenty of potential, and that was on full display on Thursday night. 10. WR Breshad Perriman exploded onto the scenePerriman may have stolen the show at the end of the game with his spectacular 32-yard touchdown. It was against mostly reserves, but it was still a great sign from the former 2015 first-round pick. He struggled throughout his entire career thus far and likely lost confidence, but given his rare speed and measurables, Perriman could always turn the corner if he can consistently catch the ball. Although this was only one game and he still has plenty of work to do, this was an encouraging performance from Perriman. He was targeted four times and did not record a single drop, which is a step in the right direction. His technique and fundamentals looked cleaner and crisper, which is an excellent sign for Baltimore.Report: Nine teams called the Ravens inquiring about Robert Griffin III It was an eventful weekend for the Baltimore Ravens as they had to trim their 90-man roster down to 53 players by Saturday at 4:00 pm ET. Quarterback Robert Griffin III was not among those cuts as he made the team in addition to Lamar Jackson and Joe Flacco, which marked the first time since 2009 that the Ravens kept three quarterbacks on the 53-man roster.This move may have come as a shock to some as Griffin III’s roster chances were ever-changing throughout the preseason. However, he put together solid performances in the exhibition games to secure a spot, and head coach John Harbaugh has backed Griffin III throughout training camp and the preseason. “I think it has been great having Robert [Griffin III] here. He’s a pro — a very talented pro. He’s a first-round pick — a top pick in the draft Cheap Terrell Suggs Jersey , so he’s got talent. He is healthy for the first time in quite a few years and it’s been on display here,” Harbaugh said during training camp.The decision to keep Griffin III may be less about his preseason showings and more about the development of Lamar Jackson. Baltimore’s actions suggest that they are not comfortable with Jackson being the only backup to Flacco. Harbaugh also referenced the roster crunch, but injuries helped Griffin III land on the 53-man roster. “It is going to be all things that anybody can imagine. It’s going to be what is best for our team. How well those guys play and it will be a tough decision. Anytime you keep one player at one position extra, it’s one less player at another position you have to decide to lose,” Harbaugh said about Griffin III’s roster chances earlier in the preseason.NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero has reported that Griffin III is the No. 2 quarterback, while Jackson is still expected to be active on gameday. This would add an interesting dynamic for Baltimore at the beginning of the season as they enter the season relatively healthy, which leads to the question of who will be the healthy scratches in Week one. The other intriguing aspect of this decision is that nine teams reportedly called Baltimore to ‘inquire’ about Griffin III. It has not been reported exactly what teams were offering or if the Ravens were interested in dealing the former Baylor quarterback. Either way, they elected to keep Griffin III, and it appears he will be in Baltimore for at least this season.With reportedly no plans to trade Griffin III, the Ravens will roll with three quarterbacks for the first time in nearly a decade. The one thing that is clear is the Ravens are in no rush to put Jackson in the lineup.

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