The Ravens showed their strength against the Chargers, Carson Wentz had a big day against the Texans and the Chiefs got back on track. What to know for every Week 6 game.
- 8/14W 17-14
- 8/21W 20-3
- 8/28W 37-3
- 9/13L 33-27
- 9/19W 36-35
- 9/26W 19-17
- 10/3W 23-7
- 10/11W 31-25
- 10/17W 34-6
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With Baltimore's 34-6 rout of the Chargers on Sunday, quarterback Lamar Jackson set the NFL record for the most wins under the age of 25 since the 1970 merger. His 35th victory moved him past Dan Marino.
— This Baltimore victory ended with the backup quarterback taking a knee.
Checking in with the most confidence-boosting looks ahead of another exciting NFL Sunday.
Former Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson will join Johnny Unitas as the only football players in school history to have their numbers retired when Louisville celebrates his No. 8 on Nov. 13.
Our NFL reporters have the latest updates for key players entering Week 6, including Russell Wilson, Aaron Donald and more.
Baltimore Ravens receiver Sammy Watkins has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Chargers because of injury and likely will be replaced by first-round draft pick Rashod Bateman.
Injuries are a part of every season. Which teams are best equip to handle the next-man-up mentality, and which are not? Pro Football Focus ranks them.
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson expressed his gratitude to referee Land Clark on Wednesday for calling a roughing the passer penalty after a hit by Colts linebacker Darius Leonard on Monday night.
Who is leading the NFL's MVP race through five weeks? We rank the top candidates, look at who is climbing -- and falling -- on the board and more.
Backup QBs have started 37 games through five weeks, and a few more will likely get the call in Week 6. Who are the league's most reliable and most questionable second-stringers?
Ravens rookie guard Ben Cleveland, who was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, tweeted that he had avoided a serious knee injury despite being carted off the field in Monday night's game. He will be sidelined at least three weeks.
ESPN NFL Front Office Insider Mike Tannenbaum joins the guys for most of the how to talk about the Jon Gruden situation. The guys also put Mike back in the front office to answer some of the burning GM questions from around the NFL. Plus, is Lamar Jackson the front runner for MVP right now? Also, ESPN MLB Analyst Jessica Mendoza breaks down the MLB playoffs up to now.
The NFL trade deadline is Nov. 2 this season, and talks are already heating up around some prominent players. Who might be on the move -- and where could they go?
What do Mason Crosby, Rodrigo Blankenship, Matt Gay and Matt Ammendola have in common? They all missed extra points in Week 5. They aren't alone in their misfortunes, though, as kickers across the league combined to miss a historic 13 PATs -- and 13 FGs.
Rallying from 19 points down in the second half, Jackson led the Ravens to an improbable 31-25 comeback win over the Colts.
— Even more than usual, the Baltimore Ravens needed Lamar Jackson to do pretty much everything as they tried to climb out of a second-half hole.
The guys start the hour discusses the email comments made by Jon Gruden. Plus, Monday Night Football's Louis Riddick joins the show to preview Ravens-Colts. Also, ESPN Giants Reporter Jordan Raanan explains how the injuries to Barkley, Jones & Golladay will impact the Giants moving forward.