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Jackson runs the Ravens to victory, Saints defeated Bears

Munich – The Baltimore Ravens fight for the playoffs as an exclamation point and defeat the Seattle Sehawks. Hanging with the Chargers holds the defeat series.

Baltimore Ravens at Seattle Seahawks 30:16

The Baltimore Ravens celebrated the Seattle Seahawks' third victory in succession and now stand in a 5-2 balance sheet. The key factor was Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson – though not necessarily as a pitcher with his 143-pass yards, hence just as a runner. The 22-year-old posted 116 rushing yards and one touchdown.

Also, defense was a major factor and celebrated two touchdowns. In the second quarter, Marcus Peters caught a weak pass from Russell Wilson and hit the ball into the end zone. As the last quarter also Wide Receiver D.K. Metcalf fumbled the ball and Marlon Humphrey picked it up and touched down for the touchdown, the game was virtually decided.

In total, Wilson turned out to be an unwanted foul attack and brought only 20 his 41

passes into the man. Consequently, some Big Play made sure to read its stats with 241 passing yards properly.

Los Angeles Chargers at Tennessee Titans 20:23

Ryan Tannehill was able to play as the starting quarterback of Tennessee in his last game Titans convince and lead their team to third season victory. The playmaker added 23 of his 29 passes for 312 yards to the man and threw two touchdown passes with one interception. Also running back Derrick Henry with a total of 108 yards of space gain was a major factor.

That was the victory for the Los Angeles Chargers to grab. 19 seconds before playing, they were easily removed a yard from the end zone. Then Melvin Gordon undermines the game-separating Fumble.

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers delivered 329 passing yards, two touchdown passes and an interception for an overall good game. Then he could not avert the third defeat in succession.

New Orleans Saints at Chicago Bears 36:25

The New Orleans Saints celebrated in Chicago their sixth victory in the seventh game. Backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater properly represented Drew Brees again, threw two touchdowns for 281 yards and remained without interception. The running game also worked: Latavius ​​Murray came on 119 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who still survives the injury as a starting quarterback, threw 34 of his 54 pass attempts for 251 yards and two touchdowns to the man. The Laufspiel hanging was not present at a mere 17 yards. The Bears are in the last quarter with two touchdowns and a successful onside kick once again adding a touch of excitement. Chicago now stands at a balanced balance with three wins and three defeats.

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