(CTN News) – The Baltimore Ravens didn’t quite showcase their dazzling performance, yet they successfully secured a 20-10 victory against the Los Angeles Chargers, concluding the Sunday slate of Week 12.
The Chargers committed four turnovers throughout the game and faced significant challenges on offense during the initial two quarters. Although they eventually found their rhythm towards the end, it proved insufficient to mount a comeback.
The Baltimore Ravens have advanced to a 9-3 record this season and have claimed the top spot in the AFC. Meanwhile, the Chargers have fallen to a 4-7 record and currently occupy the fourth position in the AFC West.
Offensive spotlight: On initial review, Keaton Mitchell’s explosive performances out of the Baltimore Ravens backfield persisted as he gained 64 yards and four first downs from nine carries. He also managed to force three missed tackles and averaged 5.6 yards after contact per rush attempt.
Defensive spotlight: Patrick Queen had an impressive performance, accumulating six total tackles, three defensive stops, and even forcing a fumble.
Not only that, but he also showcased his versatility by forcing an incompletion in coverage and adding two quarterback hurries as a blitzer. Overall, Queen’s performance was well-rounded and showcased his skills in various aspects of the game.
Rookie spotlight: In this game, Zay Flowers, a rookie wide receiver for the Baltimore Ravens, found the end zone twice. He showcased his versatility by scoring both as a receiver and as a rusher.
Throughout the game, Flowers displayed exceptional catching skills, securing all five of his catchable targets for a total of 25 yards. Impressively, he averaged 5.4 yards after the catch per reception.
Additionally, Flowers proved to be a difficult player to bring down, forcing three missed Baltimore Ravens tackles in total. One missed tackle occurred while he was receiving the ball, while the other two happened while he was running with the ball.