Today's Ravens vs Giants live stream is almost here, and it catches a Baltimore team that is looking to get back to their high-scoring ways and a New York team that many are still trying to figure out whether or not they are for real. Jackson leads his squad against Jones and the G-Men in this NFL live stream.
The Ravens (3-2) are looking to put two wins together for the first time this season as they have been on the seesaw to this point. This week they are coming off a 19-17 win over the defending conference champion Bengals.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson and company were able to rally after a Joe Burrow rushing touchdown put Cinci up 17-16 with 1:58 to play. Then Jackson helped drive the Ravens down the field 50 yards to set up a 43-yard field goal attempt which, as one would expect, kicker Justin Tucker drilled for the win.
This season, Jackson has helped lead one the NFL’s more consistent offensive attacks. The Ravens are the fourth highest scoring team averaging 27.6 points-per-game, while Jackson’s 97.9 passer rating is the sixth best in the league. Also, only Patrick Mahomes (15) and Josh Allen (14) have thrown for more touchdowns than Jackson (12).
The Giants grabbed a lot of attention in London last week when they beat the Packers 27-22 and improved to 4-1. New York trailed Aaron Rodgers and the Pack 17-3 by the midway point of the second quarter, but Daniel Jones and company would go on to outscore Green Bay 24-10 the rest of the way to pull off the comeback. Jones completed 21-of-his-27 passes for 217 yards while Saquon Barkley racked up 106 yards of total offense with a touchdown in the win.
New York’s first year head coach Brian Daboll has helped the Giants’ offense find their rhythm. The former Bills’ offensive coordinator has the “G-Men” averaging almost a touchdown more per-game than a year ago. Barkley has also had a huge hand in the teams’ turnaround. He enters week five as the NFL’s second leading rusher with 533 rushing yards. Only the Browns’ Nick Chubb has more.
The Giants' Leonard Williams and Wan’Dale Robinson, are both active for today's game despite knee injuries that had them both listed as "questionable" heading into the weekend.
The Action Network has the Ravens as a 5.5-point road favorites over the Giants.
Ravens vs Giants Inactives:
Ravens: Rashod Bateman (WR), Ben Cleveland (G), Justin Houston (OLB), Jalyn Armour-Davis (CB), Justice Hill (RB)
Giants: Cor’Dale Flott (CB), Kenny Golladay (WR), Jason Pinnock (S), Kadarius Toney (WR), Azeez Ojulari (OLB)
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The game starts at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT on today (Oct.16)
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The Ravens vs Giants live stream starts at 6 p.m. GMT Sunday night.
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