Oakland Raiders vs. Baltimore Ravens RECAP, SCORE and STATS (11/25/18) | NFL Week 12

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The Oakland Raiders (2-8), led by quarterback Derek Carr, met the Baltimore Ravens (5-5), led by rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson, in a Week 12 NFL football game on Sunday, November 25, 2018 (11/25/18) at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland, at 1 p.m. Eastern.

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Here’s the AP recap:

BALTIMORE (AP) — Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson ran for a touchdown and threw for a score, Terrell Suggs returned a fumble 43 yards for a TD and the Baltimore Ravens ran past the Oakland Raiders 34-17 on Sunday.

Cyrus Jones took a punt 70 yards for a touchdown to help the Ravens (6-5) win a second straight game for the first time since September.

Gus Edwards rushed for 118 yards as part of an effective ground game that enabled Jackson to pass just enough to keep the Raiders off guard — and off the field. Baltimore expanded a three-point halftime lead to 27-17 with two run-heavy touchdown drives that consumed a total of nearly 16 minutes.

With starter Joe Flacco out for a second straight game with an injured right hip, Jackson cut down on his rushing attempts, threw more often and got the same result — a victory. After carrying 27 times for 117 yards last week in his NFL starting debut, Jackson ran 11 times for 71 yards and went 14 for 25 for 178 yards and two interceptions.

Suggs clinched it with 5:55 left, lumbering down the right sideline after Oakland’s Derek Carr was sacked by Matthew Judon and lost the ball on a fourth-down play.

Carr completed 16 of 34 passes for 194 yards and a touchdown but was sacked three times.

The Raiders (2-9) came in with the league’s 31st-ranked running defense, and the Ravens exploited that weakness for 242 yards rushing on 43 attempts.

Baltimore opened the third quarter with a 13-play drive that consumed nearly seven minutes and featured 12 running plays, including a 5-yard touchdown by Jackson that made it 20-10.

Carr matched that touchdown by using the opposite approach, passing to Seth Roberts for 44 yards to set up a 16-yard scoring toss to tight end Jared Cook.

Jackson then orchestrated a 17-play march that covered 71 yards and lasted 8 minutes, 53 seconds. On third-and-goal from the 8, Jackson zipped a TD pass to former Oakland star Michael Crabtree.

The Ravens’ only touchdown before halftime came on Jones’ second-quarter punt return.

Jones tiptoed down the right sideline and went the distance, getting key blocks from Chris Moore and Judon. It was the first career touchdown for Jones, who was released by New England in October.

Jackson threw two interceptions, ran twice for 11 yards and took a sack in the first half. More than half of his 140 yards passing before halftime came on one play, a 74-yarder to tight end Mark Andrews that set up a field goal.

Carr struggled too, going 9 for 24 for 97 yards. Oakland’s lone first-half touchdown came on a 1-yard plunge by Doug Martin that was initially called a lost fumble before a replay determined he broke the plane of the end zone before losing possession.

INJURIES

Raiders: DT Maurice Hurst left in the third quarter with an undisclosed injury.

Ravens: SS Tony Jefferson twisted his left ankle in the second quarter, returned briefly and left for good. … RB Alex Collins (foot) was inactive after starting every game this season. … OL Alex Lewis underwent concussion protocol in the third quarter. … G Marshal Yanda left for concussion protocol in the fourth quarter and was cleared.

UP NEXT

Raiders: Host the Kansas City Chiefs, the first of two meetings between these longtime rivals over the final five weeks.

Ravens: Travel to Atlanta for a matchup against the Falcons (4-7), who have lost three straight.

Raiders notes: QB DEREK CARR completed 19 of 31 (61.3 pct.) for 192 yards with 2 TDs vs. 0 INTs for 100.5 rating last week. Aims for his 6th in row with 0 INTs. In 2 career games vs. Bal., has 550 pass yards (275 per game) with 7 TDs vs. 1 INT for 110.6 rating. Aims for his 3rd meeting in row with 3+ TD passes. In 7 career games vs. AFC North, has 1,991 pass yards (284.4 per game) with 18 TDs vs. 4 INTs for 98.9 rating. Is 1 of 4 NFL QBs with 70+ comp. pct. (70.6 pct.) in 2018 (min. 150 att.). * RB JALEN RICHARD had 93 scrimmage yards (61 rush, 32 rec.) in Week 11. Has 50+ scrimmage yards in 5 of his past 6. Is 1 of 5 NFL RBs with 50+ catches (51) in 2018. RB DOUG MARTIN has 308 scrimmage yards (77 per game) in his past 4. Has rush TD in 2 of his 4 career games vs. AFC North. * TE JARED COOK had rec. TD in Week 11. Is 1 of 4 NFL TEs with 500+ rec. yards (577) & 4+ TD catches (4) this season. Rookie WR MARCELL ATEMAN led team with career-high 50 rec. yards in NFL debut last week. WR JORDY NELSON had 4 catches for 113 yards & TD in his only career game at Bal. (10/13/13 with GB). * DE MAURICE HURST (rookie) had 5 tackles & sack last week. Aims for his 3rd in row with sack. Ties for 3rd among rookies with 4 sacks. S KARL JOSEPH had INT in Week 11. Had 9 tackles in last meeting. Aims for his 3rd in row vs. Bal. with 8+ tackles. CB GAREON CONLEY had INT last week. Has 6 PD in his past 5 on road. LB TAHIR WHITEHEAD leads team with 71 tackles & 8 TFL. 

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Ravens notes: QB LAMAR JACKSON (rookie) completed 13 of 19 (68.4 pct.) for 150 yards & rushed for 117 yards in 1st-career start last week. His 117 rush yards were most by NFL QB in 1st career start & most by a QB in franchise history. Is only NFL QB in 2018 with 100+ rush yards in single game. Is 1 of 4 rookie QBs in NFL history with 150+ pass yards (150) & 100+ rush yards (117) in single game. * RB ALEX COLLINS had rush TD in Week 11. Aims for his 4th in row with rush TD. Has 8 rush TDs in his past 9 at home. Rookie RB GUS EDWARDS rushed for career-high 115 yards & TD last week. Edwards (115) & Jackson (117) are only pair of rookie RB & rookie QB teammates in NFL history with 100+ rush yards each in single game. Is 1st Ravens rookie RB with 100+ rush yards in game since BERNARD PIERCE (123 on 12/23/12). RB JAVORIUS ALLEN had 85 scrimmage yards (73 rush, 12 rec.) & rush TD in last meeting. * WR MICHAEL CRABTREE aims for his 3rd in row vs. Oak. with 50+ rec. yards. In 3 seasons with Raiders (2015- 17), had 232 catches for 2,543 yards & 25 TDs. WR WILLIE SNEAD IV aims for his 4th in row with 50+ rec. yards. Had 9 catches for career-high 172 rec. yards & TD in only career game vs. Oak. (9/11/16 with NO). * LB TERRELL SUGGS had sack in last meeting. Has 5 sacks in his past 6 vs. Oak. LB C.J. MOSLEY leads team with 64 tackles. S TONY JEFFERSON had sack in last game vs. Oak. DB JIMMY SMITH had 47-yard FR-TD in last meeting. — NFL Communications

(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)

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