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  1. Through four games this year, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is averaging 10 outside-the-numbers throws from the pocket per game — or about one of every three attempts overall — and lighting up defenses in the process. View the full article
  2. Here’s how The Baltimore Sun sports staff views the outcome of Monday night’s Week 5 game between the Ravens (3-1) and Indianapolis Colts (1-3) at M&T; Bank Stadium. View the full article
  3. Ravens outside linebacker Justin Houston talks about playing the Colts and on what he will do when he gets his 100th sack. View the full article
  4. Justin Houston doesn’t know when he might get to 100 career sacks. But he does know what he wants when he gets there. View the full article
  5. Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey discusses the need for the defense to tackle in the upcoming game against the Colts. View the full article
  6. Baltimore Sun staff writers pick every game of the NFL season. Here’s who they have winning in Week 5. View the full article
  7. Ravens QB Lamar Jackson said his back soreness faded last week, “and I was able to perform” in Denver. View the full article
  8. Will Ravens fans hear Michael K. Williams' whistle again at M&T; Bank Stadium? "I haven’t seen one comment other than: ‘You guys better do this forever.’ " View the full article
  9. A month into the season, the 2021 Ravens have already seen a lot. View the full article
  10. Ravens quarterback Jackson is going to receive more cheap shots as the season progresses. So, the Ravens better protect him, Mike Preston writes. View the full article
  11. "It pretty much is talking about dreaming," said Jackson about his new book. "Me wanting to be an NFL player, I've dreamed about that since I was a little kid." View the full article
  12. Odafe Oweh rattled Teddy Bridgewater’s helmet on a hit late in the second quarter, though he appeared to lead with his shoulder. View the full article
  13. After a career-long 42-yard return in the Ravens’ win Sunday over Denver, Devin Duvernay’s averaging an NFL-high 18.9 yards this season. View the full article
  14. Even with their ground-game dominance diminished, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens have been happy to rely on run fakes. View the full article
  15. "Our mentality is to try to be the Ravens defense, bring physicality and do everything that we got to do safely, no penalties,' said Oweh. View the full article
  16. “I mean, this last year, when they threw me back there at the end of the year, was my first time ever doing it," said Duvernay when asked about returning punts. View the full article
  17. The Ravens opened as 6 ½-point favorites over Indianapolis last week, but the line has since grown to seven points. View the full article
  18. Kyler Murray and the Cardinals remain the story of the season, while the Ravens and Chargers are proving why they should be considered among the best in the AFC. View the full article
  19. Mike Preston writes that the Ravens' 3-1 record is impressive considering they have traveled to the opposite coast twice and have too many injuries to count. View the full article
  20. Ravens wide receivers Rashod Bateman and Miles Boykin began the season on injured reserve. Teammates and coaches said both looked good in their first practices since training camp, but the Ravens opted not to activate them for Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos. View the full article
  21. "What’s meaningful to us might not be meaningful to them. Their concerns are definitely not our concerns," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday after Broncos coach Vic Fangio said “player safety is secondary” for Baltimore. View the full article
  22. When he heard Ravens fans cheering, “I wasn’t mad about the late hit anymore,” quarterback Lamar Jackson recalled Sunday. View the full article
  23. Ravens wide receiver James Proche played almost as many snaps against the Denver Broncos as he had the previous weeks combined and took advantage with five catches for 74 yards. The Ravens also shuffled their backfield as they searched for the right offensive formula in a 23-7 win in Denver. View the full article
  24. Mike Preston writes that the Ravens identity, which has long been that of a defensive juggernaut, is flipping to the offense with quarterback Lamar Jackson leading the way. View the full article
  25. With a 23-7 pummeling of the Denver Broncos built on punishing defense and the strong arm of Lamar Jackson, the Ravens set themselves up for a homestand that could make their season. View the full article
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