The Ravens won the toss and elected to defer giving the Chargers the ball to start off the Week 6 action. The Chargers were able to drive to the Baltimore 47-yard line on their opening drive but were forced to punt the ball away after failing to convert on a 3rd-and-10.
Baltimore started their first drive of the day from their own 10-yard line. A series of runs for the Ravens helped put Baltimore into the red zone and running back Latavius Murray found the end zone on a 14-yard rushing touchdown to put Baltimore on the board first. Ravens' kicker Justin Tucker made the PAT and made the score 7-0 with just over five minutes left in the first.
Browse through live action photos of the Bolts Week 6 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens started the second quarter with the ball in their hands. Eight plays into their drive, Baltimore found the end zone again this time on a two-yard rushing touchdown by Le'Veon Bell. Bell's touchdown put the Ravens up 14-0 early in the second quarter after the PAT attempt from Tucker.
The Chargers elected to go for it on 4th-and-3 from their own 39-yard line and weren't able convert. A few plays into the Ravens' ensuing drive, Linval Joseph recorded his first sack of the season to make it 2nd-and-20 for the Ravens. The Ravens decided to kick a field goal on 4th-and-5 and Tucker hit the 52-yarder to make the score 17-0, Ravens.
In just 13 seconds, Justin Herbert threw an interception on a pass intended for Jared Cook but the very next play for the Ravens, Jackson threw an interception to Chargers linebacker Kyzir White who had a 23-yard return off the interception.
With momentum on their side, Herbert delivered a deep ball to Mike Williams for a 26-yard gain that brought the ball to the one-yard line. The very next play got the Bolts on the board for the first time as Herbert delivered a one-yard touchdown pass to Cook. Chargers kicker Tristian Vizcaino missed the PAT keeping the Ravens up 17-6.
On the Ravens ensuing drive, a pair of sacks from Joey Bosa and Uchenna Nwosu forced the Ravens to punt the ball away on 4th-and-27. The Chargers headed into the locker room with the Ravens leading 17-6.
With 98 passing yards in the first half, Herbert reached 6,000 yards for his career in just 21 games played making Herbert the second-fastest player in NFL history to reach 6,000 career passing yards.
The Ravens received the ball to start off the second half and put themselves in good field position off of a 47-yard kickoff return. The Ravens put together a 7:21 drive that was capped off with a nine-yard touchdown pass from Jackson to tight end Mark Andrews to make the score 24-6.
On the Ravens' ensuing drive, Tucker made a 39-yard field goal to put the Ravens up 27-6 with just over five minutes left in the third quarter.
The Ravens finished off the drive that they put together in the third quarter with a nine-yard touchdown run from Devonta Freeman. Freeman's touchdown capped off a nine play, 65-yard drive that put the Ravens up 34-6 early in the fourth quarter.
With less than seven minutes left in the game, White grabbed his second interception of the day for the Chargers. The Ravens forced the Chargers to turn the ball over on downs and held the ball after the two-minute warning, winning the game 34-6. Baltimore improved to 5-1 while the Chargers moved to 4-2 on the season heading into their Week 7 bye.
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