2021 Game Program, Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens, Week 12

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“This team has a lot of guts, just continuous fight, never giving up and having each other’s back. When something bad happens on one end, the other end picks it up. So, it’s just a continuous fight, a continuous effort, and there’s no quit in this team.” – C Bradley Bozeman on the Ravens’ resiliency

ILB Patrick Queen

It’s a Sunday Night Football showdown when the Baltimore Ravens (7-3) host the Cleveland Browns (6-5) in primetime tonight at M&T Bank Stadium. Baltimore sits atop the AFC North standings and is seeking its fifth win at home (4-1 thus far) this season. The Browns, who are coming off a 13-10 victory vs. Detroit in Week 11, are 2-3 on the road in 2021. The Ravens are 7-3 for the fourth time in franchise history (also 2004, 2010 & 2011) and for the third time under head coach John Harbaugh. Baltimore reached the playoffs in both 7-3 starts (2010 & 2011) during the Harbaugh Era (since 2008). Under Coach Harbaugh, the Ravens are 23-6 in November home games, producing the NFL’s second-best such record. The Ravens have won 21 of their past 26 home games during the month. Baltimore leads the all-time series vs. Cleveland, 33-11. Under Coach Harbaugh, the Ravens are 22-4 vs. the Browns, including 11-2 at M&T Bank Stadium. Baltimore has won three straight vs. Cleveland, with the last victory coming in a thrilling 47-42 Monday Night Football game (12/14/20) at FirstEnergy Stadium. Last Sunday (11/21) at Chicago, Baltimore prevailed, 16-13, after backup QB Tyler Huntley led a 5-play, 72-yard game-winning TD drive that began with 1:33 remaining in the fourth quarter. Making his first NFL start, Huntley, who filled in for QB Lamar Jackson (illness), finished 26-of-36 passing for 219 yards, including a 29-

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Bank Stadium since 2018, marking the NFL’s second-best home winning pct (.759) over the past three-plus seasons. Green Bay is first at 23-4-1 (.839).

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– An NFL-high games in which the Ravens have held opponents to under 20 points since 2018 (when Don Martindale became Baltimore’s defensive coordinator). Over that span, the Ravens have limited opponents to 14 or fewer in 21 games, which is second most, only behind New England (25).

33 – An NFL-high games in which the Ravens have rushed for 100+ yards and scored a rushing TD since Greg Roman became offensive coordinator in 2019. The next best figure belongs to Tennessee, with 27 such games.

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– League-high victories for the Ravens in 2021 in which they’ve faced a fourthquarter deficit, marking the most such victories in Ravens’ single-season history.

yard strike to WR Sammy Watkins (pushed out at Bears’ 3-yard line) that set up RB Devonta Freeman’s game-sealing TD run with 25 seconds remaining. On defense, Baltimore recorded 3 sacks (2 by OLB Tyus Bowser & 1 from OLB Justin Houston), limiting Chicago to 2-of-11 (18.2%) on third down. 2021 BALTIMORE RAVENS GAMEDAY | 5



JOHN HARBAUGH (14TH SEASON WITH RAVENS) YEAR BY YEAR (2008-21) Regular Season Record . 136-82 at Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81-28 on Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55-54 vs. AFC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100-63 vs. AFC North . . . . . . . . . . 49-30 vs. NFC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-19 vs. Browns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-4 Playoffs Record . . . . . . . . . 11-8 Playoffs Home Record . . . . . . 2-2 Playoffs Road Record . . . . . . 8-6 Super Bowl Record . . . . . . . . 1-0 Overall Career Record . . . 147-90

ON FIGHTING THROUGH ADVERSITY DURING THE SEASON:

"We keep fighting. We keep persevering. We keep responding. Your responsibility is the response. Keep responding to whatever turmoil you face. This is just football, but it's kind of a metaphor [for life]. You keep responding, and then you let God do the rest. I really believe He's got your back. He's there for you. Whatever belief system you have – what other way can you look at it? You do your best. You do your best and see what happens."

RAVENS COACHING STAFF JOHN HARBAUGH Head Coach CHRIS HORTON Special Teams Coordinator DON MARTINDALE Defensive Coordinator GREG ROMAN Offensive Coordinator RICHARD ANGULO Assistant Offensive Line Coach JASON BROOKS Asst. Defensive Line/Quality Control Coach RANDY BROWN Special Teams Coach JOE D’ALESSANDRIS Offensive Line Coach BOBBY ENGRAM Tight Ends Coach CHRIS HEWITT Pass Game Coordinator/Secondary D'ANTON LYNN Defensive Backs Coach TEE MARTIN Wide Receivers Coach

JAY PETERSON Asst. Linebackers/Quality Control Coach ROB RYAN Inside Linebackers Coach TRAVIS SWITZER Offensive Quality Control JAMES URBAN Quarterbacks Coach CRAIG VER STEEG Running Backs Coach ANTHONY WEAVER Run Game Coor./Defensive Line T.J. WEIST Special Teams Coach DREW WILKINS Outside Linebackers Coach KEITH WILLIAMS Pass Game Specialist MEGAN McLAUGHLIN Director of Football Information DAN PARSONS Assistant to the Head Coach

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING STEVE SAUNDERS Head Strength & Conditioning Coach SCOTT ELLIOTT Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach RON SHRIFT Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach ANTHONY WATSON Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach SAM ROSENGARTEN Football Performance Coach ANALYTICS SCOTT COHEN Director of Football Research DANIEL STERN Football Research Coach

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LAMAR JACKSON’S GAME is inherently flashy – his magic, his motor, his movement – but his personality is quite the opposite. He’s mature and mild-mannered, with an appealing purity that you’d associate more with an “Average Joe” than today’s professional athlete, let alone a unanimous NFL MVP. Time and time again, Lamar will shred a defense in entertaining fashion, then step to the podium, endearingly address the media by first name and publicly deflect credit, all while praising his offensive line and receiving corps. The dichotomy – from flash to class, flamboyant to tempered – is part of the Lamar Jackson experience. It’s also what makes two of his best friends, most cherished teammates and favorite targets the more appropriate subjects to speak on the greatness of Lamar, rather than Lamar himself. It didn’t take long for Marquise Brown’s and Lamar Jackson’s off-the-field friendship to rear its head on the field, and in Brown’s 2019 NFL debut, it was on

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full display. In a homecoming game at Miami, the South Florida natives teamed up for two scores, as Lamar threw five touchdown passes in the rout, becoming the youngest quarterback in NFL history to record a perfect passer rating. “My first game I was with him, he threw five touchdowns,” Brown recollected. “My whole rookie season, just watching him play, it was, ‘Wow!’ But it really wasn’t surprising, because I had been watching him for a long time.” Although the goalposts on athletic superstardom are always moving, elevating the play of those around you is an agreed-upon pre-requisite to fit the criteria. Whether it be scrambling for improbable yardage or placing the ball in tight windows, Lamar has an unparalleled knack for making something out of nothing, and his teammates are the biggest beneficiaries of his football heroics. “Lamar is a guy who loves to win, but he really hates to lose. That drives him, and I think that’s infectious,” Mark Andrews explained, assuring that Lamar’s mentality resonates


even more than his physical talents. “He’s driven by really only a couple things, and one is winning a Super Bowl. To have that mindset, to go into work each day to try to hoist that trophy at the end of the year, it spreads to everybody around him. That is the ‘Lamar Effect.’” While he doesn’t bask in the glory of his historic, once-doubted success or his rapid ascension to fame, don’t mistake Lamar’s modesty for oblivion. “Lamar is so tuned in to who he is and the impact he has on everybody,” Brown stated. “He actually knows. He won’t say much or put it out there, but he knows certain things.” Lamar Jackson’s abilities are unique. He simply does things on the football field that have never been done before – and may never be done again. His most distinguishable trait, however, is his authenticity.

“You see so many times people getting full of themselves, but what’s incredible with Lamar is you never have to worry about that,” Andrews added. “He cares about the people around him, and he cares about his teammates. He’s a leader.” Simply put, it’s Lamar’s unwavering sameness that makes him so remarkably different.

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Patrick Ricard

"We have an award called the ‘Brown Shirt Award’ for the guy who does the dirty work and the tough jobs, and he’s definitely been a winner of that every year. He does that, and he’s a physical player. I know opponents and coaches really respect him." – HEAD COACH JOHN HARBAUGH

"That’s a huge weapon right there – 300 pounds of muscle. … Pat just got us in our groove [during the Vikings game] – catching the one pass with one hand, turning up and making like five guys tackle him. That just gave the whole team a boost, like, ‘Man, we have to get going.’ That’s what we needed, for sure." – QB LAMAR JACKSON

“It’s been so much fun to see Pat and the way he’s evolved and how much has been put on his plate. He’s been almost strictly a fullback for so long, and now he’s playing the full tight end position, and he’s doing a really, really good job of it. But he’s just a good dude. He’s an incredible teammate and incredible friend.” – TE MARK ANDREWS FB Patrick Ricard has worked hard to become a key member of the Ravens' offense, helping Baltimore rush for the most yards in a 16-game NFL season (2019).

MOST RUSHING YARDS IN A 16-GAME NFL SEASON Rk. TEAM (YEAR) 1. Baltimore (2019) 2. New England (1978) 3. Baltimore (2020) 4. Kansas City (1978) 5. Chicago (1984)

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YARDS 3,296 3,165 3,071 2,986 2,974

AVG. 5.53 4.72 5.53 4.50 4.41

ATT. 596 671 555 663 674


DIRECT FROM PAT… WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE CLASS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE?

"Astronomy was really interesting. It was hard. It was interesting. It was one of those classes I was definitely into."

WHAT SUPERPOWER WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE? "Teleportation – like the movie Jumper."

IF YOU COULD HAVE ONE FOOD FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE, WHAT WOULD IT BE? "Chinese food. Any Asian cuisine."

DO YOU PLAY ANY INSTRUMENTS?

"I played the piano for a couple of years when I was younger. I went to a private teacher and everything."

IF THERE WAS A DOCUMENTARY FILM ABOUT YOUR LIFE, WHAT WOULD THE TITLE BE? "Underdog."

WHAT IS YOUR BIGGEST FEAR OR SCARIEST MOMENT?

"Definitely heights. Say we’re on a second floor, and there’s a railing looking down to the first floor – something like that. It makes me feel like I can fall over."

DID YOU KNOW? Pat originally signed with the Ravens as an undrafted rookie free agent defensive lineman out of Maine in 2017. Now in his fifth NFL season, Ricard is a two-time (2019-20) Pro Bowl fullback, who helped the Ravens rush for the most singleseason rushing yards in NFL history (3,296 in 2019).

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BALTIMORE RAVENS as of 11/22/21

OFFENSE WIDE RECEIVER 14 Watkins 12 Bateman 11 Proche II 16 Wallace

RIGHT GUARD 70 Zeitler 74 Phillips 63 Colon 69 McKenzie

WIDE RECEIVER 5 Brown 13 Duvernay 80 Boykin

RIGHT TACKLE 65 Mekari 74 Phillips 67 Ogbuehi

LEFT TACKLE 78 Villanueva 74 Phillips 67 Ogbuehi

TIGHT END 89 Andrews 86 Boyle 85 Tomlinson 84 Oliver

LEFT GUARD 72 Powers 66 Cleveland 63 Colon 69 McKenzie

QUARTERBACK 8 Jackson 2 Huntley FULLBACK 42 Ricard

CENTER 77 Bozeman 63 Colon 65 Mekari

RUNNING BACK 28 Murray 33 Freeman 34 Williams

DEFENSE DEFENSIVE TACKLE 93 Campbell 69 McKenzie

SAM LB 54 Bowser 45 Ferguson

NOSE TACKLE 98 Williams 71 Ellis

CORNERBACK 23 Averett 22 Smith 30 Westry

DEFENSIVE END 92 Madubuike 96 Washington RUSH LB 50 Houston 99 Oweh

FREE SAFETY 21 Stephens 29 Washington

MIDDLE LB 56 Bynes 49 Board WILL LB 6 Queen 57 Welch

STRONG SAFETY 36 Clark 26 Stone 41 Levine Sr.

CORNERBACK 44 Humphrey 25 Young

SPECIALISTS

KICKER 9 Tucker PUNTER/HOLDER 4 Koch LONG SNAPPER 46 Moore

KICK RETURNER 13 Duvernay

11 Proche II

PUNT RETURNER 13 Duvernay

11 Proche II

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NO. NAME 2 Tyler Huntley 4 Sam Koch 5 Marquise Brown 6 Patrick Queen 8 Lamar Jackson 9 Justin Tucker 11 James Proche II 12 Rashod Bateman 13 Devin Duvernay 14 Sammy Watkins 16 Tylan Wallace 21 Brandon Stephens 22 Jimmy Smith 23 Anthony Averett 25 Tavon Young 26 Geno Stone 28 Latavius Murray 29 Ar'Darius Washington 30 Chris Westry 33 Devonta Freeman 34 Ty'Son Williams 36 Chuck Clark 41 Anthony Levine Sr. 42 Patrick Ricard 44 Marlon Humphrey 45 Jaylon Ferguson 46 Nick Moore 49 Chris Board 50 Justin Houston 54 Tyus Bowser 56 Josh Bynes 57 Kristian Welch 63 Trystan Colon 65 Patrick Mekari 66 Ben Cleveland 67 Cedric Ogbuehi 69 Kahlil McKenzie 70 Kevin Zeitler 71 Justin Ellis 72 Ben Powers 74 Tyre Phillips 77 Bradley Bozeman 78 Alejandro Villanueva 80 Miles Boykin 84 Josh Oliver 85 Eric Tomlinson 86 Nick Boyle 89 Mark Andrews 92 Justin Madubuike 93 Calais Campbell 96 Broderick Washington 98 Brandon Williams 99 Odafe Oweh

POS. HT. QB 6-1 P 6-1 WR 5-9 ILB 6-0 QB 6-2 K 6-1 WR 5-11 WR 6-1 WR 5-11 WR 6-1 WR 5-11 DB 6-1 CB 6-2 CB 5-11 CB 5-9 S 5-11 RB 6-3 S 5-8 CB 6-4 RB 5-8 RB 6-0 S 6-0 DB/LB 5-11 FB/DL 6-3 CB 6-0 OLB 6-5 LS 6-2 ILB 6-2 OLB 6-3 OLB 6-3 ILB 6-1 LB 6-3 C/G 6-3 G/C 6-4 G 6-6 T 6-5 G/DT 6-3 G 6-4 DT 6-2 G 6-4 G/T 6-5 C/G 6-5 T 6-9 TE 6-4 TE 6-5 TE 6-6 TE 6-4 TE 6-5 DT 6-3 DE 6-8 DT 6-2 DT 6-1 OLB 6-5

WT. 196 222 180 232 212 183 201 193 200 211 193 213 210 184 185 207 230 176 197 206 220 205 207 303 197 270 248 237 270 242 235 240 313 308 357 308 326 315 350 310 330 325 320 220 249 263 270 256 300 300 305 336 251

AGE EXP. COLLEGE 23 2 Utah 39 16 Nebraska 24 3 Oklahoma 22 2 Louisiana State 24 4 Louisville 31 10 Texas 24 2 Southern Methodist 21 R Minnesota 23 2 Texas 28 8 Clemson 22 R Oklahoma State 23 R Southern Methodist 33 11 Colorado 26 4 Alabama 27 6 Temple 22 2 Iowa 31 8 Central Florida 21 R Texas Christian 24 2 Kentucky 29 8 Florida State 24 2 BYU 26 5 Virginia Tech 34 10 Tennessee State 27 5 Maine 25 5 Alabama 25 3 Louisiana Tech 28 2 Georgia 26 4 North Dakota State 32 11 Georgia 26 5 Houston 32 10 Auburn 23 2 Iowa 23 2 Missouri 24 3 Cal-Berkeley 23 R Georgia 29 7 Texas A&M 24 2 Tennessee 31 9 Wisconsin 30 8 Louisiana Tech 24 3 Oklahoma 24 2 Mississippi State 26 4 Alabama 32 7 Army 25 3 Notre Dame 24 3 San Jose State 29 5 UTEP 28 7 Delaware 26 4 Oklahoma 23 2 Texas A&M 35 14 Miami (Fla) 24 2 Texas Tech 32 9 Missouri Southern St. 22 R Penn State


CLEVELAND BROWNS as of 11/22/21

NO. 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 30 31 33 36 38 39 41 42 43 44 47 51 52 55 56 57 58 62 64 66 68 71 72 75 77 80 81 82 84 85 88 90 91 92 93 95 96 97

NAME Chase McLaughlin Anthony Walker Jr. Case Keenum Baker Mayfield Jamie Gillan Anthony Schwartz Donovan Peoples-Jones Greg Newsome II Denzel Ward Grant Delpit Troy Hill Nick Chubb Demetric Felton Jr. Greedy Williams

POS. HT. K 6-0 LB 6-1 QB 6-1 QB 6-1 P 6-1 WR 6-0 WR 6-2 CB 6-0 CB 5-11 S 6-3 CB 5-11 RB 5-11 RB 5-9 CB 6-2 Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB 6-2 D'Ernest Johnson RB 5-10 Andy Janovich FB 6-1 Ronnie Harrison Jr. S 6-3 M.J. Stewart Jr. S 5-11 A.J. Green CB 6-2 Richard LeCounte III S 5-11 John Kelly Jr. RB 5-10 Tony Fields II LB 6-0 John Johnson III S 6-1 Sione Takitaki LB 6-1 Charley Hughlett LS 6-4 Mack Wilson Sr. LB 6-1 Elijah Lee LB 6-3 Takkarist McKinley DE 6-2 Malcolm Smith LB 6-0 Ifeadi Odenigbo DE 6-3 Malik McDowell DT 6-6 Blake Hance G 6-6 JC Tretter C 6-4 James Hudson III T 6-5 Michael Dunn G 6-5 Jedrick Wills Jr. T 6-4 Hjalte Froholdt G 6-5 Joel Bitonio G 6-4 Wyatt Teller G 6-4 Jarvis Landry WR 5-11 Austin Hooper TE 6-4 Rashard Higgins WR 6-1 Ja’Marcus Bradley WR 6-1 David Njoku TE 6-4 Harrison Bryant TE 6-5 Jadeveon Clowney DE 6-5 Joe Jackson DE 6-4 Sheldon Day DT 6-1 Tommy Togiai DT 6-2 Myles Garrett DE 6-4 Jordan Elliott DT 6-4 Malik Jackson DT 6-5

WT. AGE EXP. COLLEGE 180 25 1 Illinois 235 26 5 Northwestern 215 33 9 Houston 215 26 4 Oklahoma 207 24 3 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 186 21 R Auburn 204 22 2 Michigan 192 21 R Northwestern 190 24 4 Ohio State 208 23 2 Louisiana State 180 30 6 Oregon 227 25 4 Georgia 190 23 R UCLA 185 23 3 Louisiana State 221 22 R Notre Dame 208 25 3 South Florida 238 28 6 Nebraska 214 24 4 Alabama 200 26 4 North Carolina 198 23 R Oklahoma State 196 23 R Georgia 208 25 3 Tennessee 222 22 R West Virginia 208 25 5 Boston College 238 26 3 Brigham Young 248 31 7 Central Florida 233 23 3 Alabama 230 25 5 Kansas State 260 26 5 UCLA 225 32 10 Southern California 258 27 4 Northwestern 295 25 1 Michigan State 310 25 1 Northwestern 307 30 9 Cornell 313 22 R Cincinnati 315 27 2 Maryland 307 22 2 Alabama 310 25 3 Arkansas 320 30 8 Nevada 315 27 4 Virginia Tech 196 29 8 Louisiana State 255 27 6 Stanford 198 27 6 Colorado State 198 24 R Louisiana-Lafayette 246 25 5 Miami (Fla.) 230 23 2 Florida Atlantic 255 28 8 South Carolina 278 24 3 Miami (Fla.) 293 27 6 Notre Dame 296 22 R Ohio State 272 25 5 Texas A&M 303 24 2 Missouri 285 31 10 Tennessee

WIDE RECEIVER 80 Landry 10 Schwartz 84 Bradley

OFFENSE

TIGHT END 81 Hooper 85 Njoku 88 Bryant

LEFT TACKLE 71 Wills Jr. 66 Hudson III

WIDE RECEIVER 11 Peoples-Jones 82 Higgins

LEFT GUARD 75 Bitonio 72 Froholdt

QUARTERBACK 6 Mayfield 5 Keenum

CENTER 64 Tretter

RUNNING BACK 24 Chubb 30 Johnson 25 Felton Jr. 41 Kelly Jr.

RIGHT GUARD 77 Teller 68 Dunn

FULLBACK 31 Janovich

RIGHT TACKLE 62 Hance

DEFENSE DEFENSIVE END 95 Garrett 55 McKinley

SAM LINEBACKER 44 Takitaki 56 Smith

DEFENSIVE TACKLE 97 Jackson 96 Elliott

CORNERBACK 21 Ward 23 Hill 38 Green

DEFENSIVE TACKLE 58 McDowell 92 Day 93 Togiai

CORNERBACK 20 Newsome II 26 Williams

DEFENSIVE END 90 Clowney 91 Jackson 57 Odenigbo

STRONG SAFETY 33 Harrison Jr. 22 Delpit 36 Stewart Jr.

WILL LINEBACKER 28 Owusu-Koramoah 51 Wilson Sr. 42 Fields II

FREE SAFETY 43 Johnson III 39 LeCounte III

MIKE LINEBACKER 4 Walker Jr. 52 Lee

SPECIALISTS KICKER 3 McLaughlin

KICK RETURNER 10 Schwartz

PUNTER/HOLDER 7 Gillan

PUNT RETURNER 11 Peoples-Jones

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FOR MORE THAN 40 YEARS, THE MARYLAND FOOD BANK (MFB) HAS BEEN LEADING THE FIGHT AGAINST HUNGER IN MARYLAND. IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, MFB DISTRIBUTED ENOUGH FOOD TO PROVIDE NEARLY 62 MILLION MEALS IN 2021.

COMMUNITY SHOWCASE

Tonight’s Community Showcase features the Maryland Food Bank. For more information on the organization, please visit: https://mdfoodbank.org/

At tonight’s game, Maryland Food Bank volunteers collected monetary and non-pershiable food donations outside M&T Bank Stadium.

BALTIMORE RAVENS #FEEDTHEFLOCK Earlier this month the Baltimore Ravens announced the launch of the 26th annual Ravens Family Food & Funds Drive. Over the past 26 years, the Ravens have supported the Maryland Food Bank (MFB) as the largest charitable food provider in Maryland. For more than 40 years, the Maryland Food Bank has been leading the fight against hunger in Maryland. The MFB supports a food assistance network of more than 350 community organizations that collectively provide nearly 1,450 distribution points across the state. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, MFB distributed enough food to provide 62 million meals in 2021. Throughout the entire month of November, fans have been encouraged

to donate to the team’s fundraising efforts. On Tuesday, November 30, efforts will amplify for the annual Giving Tuesday Phone-a-Thon at the food bank’s Baltimore location, as the MFB will team up with WBAL-TV 11, WBAL NewsRadio and 98 Rock to host the event. Throughout the day, fans are encouraged to call the food bank and make donations. To learn more and make a donation, fans can visit a local Baltimore Safeway, the Ravens Food and Funds Drive Team web page (mdfoodbank.fenly.org/drive/baltimoreravens-feed-the-flock/) or scan the Maryland Food Bank QR code (above).

IN OUR COMMUNITY

11/5 Ravens staff volunteered at the annual Pack to Give Back event hosted by the MD Food Bank. Volunteers packed boxes that are being distributed to over 10,000 to families in need this holiday season.

11/5

The Ravens hosted a Purple Friday Caravan to celebrate the NFL’s Salute to Service military appreciation initiative. Ravens Cheerleaders, Poe and members of the Marching Ravens visited three military-based locations for a surprise pep rally.

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11/10 The Baltimore Ravens and T. Rowe Price teamed

up to host the second leadership experience of the yearlong Baltimore Ravens leadership Institute. The session for Baltimore City/County high schoolers focused on the core event theme of Leading Others.

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PRESENTED BY SAFEWAY RavensWalk is well-known as the ultimate Ravens pregame experience, and it’s back and better than ever for the 2021 season! Stop by Lot B/C of M&T Bank Stadium for live music, Ravens prizes, partner activations, food and beverage, and more! BaltimoreRavens.com/RavensWalk

BALTIMORE RAVENS CHEERLEADERS Spot the Ravens Cheerleaders back on the sidelines of M&T Bank Stadium this season! The first co-ed squad in the NFL features stunt and dance routines on gamedays to pump up both the Ravens team and fans. Follow along on the official squad Instagram account to see what the team is up to Instagram.com/BRCheerleaders

RISE & CONQUER Catch our live Raven mascots Rise & Conquer on RavensWalk before each home game! Learn more about the live Ravens and plan your trip to the Zoo this season. BaltimoreRavens.com/Mascots

BALTIMORE’S MARCHING RAVENS

PRESENTED BY M&T BANK Baltimore’s Marching Ravens is the largest musical organization associated with the NFL. The ensemble keeps the traditional football atmosphere alive at M&T Bank Stadium for the fans in attendance at each Ravens home game. Bring the atmosphere to your own events throughout the year by booking the band for an appearance! BaltimoreRavens.com/MarchingRavens

POE

PRESENTED BY MERRITT CLUBS For the 2021 season, Poe can be found doing what he loves most – hanging out with fans and cheering on the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Find him on Ravens gameday to say hi! Poe also loves meeting fans out in the Baltimore community. Bring Poe to your event in 2021! BaltimoreRavens.com/Mascots

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RAVENS STATISTICS WON 7, LOST 3 09/13 09/19 09/26 10/03 10/11 10/17 10/24 11/07 11/11 11/21

L W W W W W L W L W

27-33 (OT) 36-35 19-17 23-7 31-25 (OT) 34-6 17-41 34-31 (OT) 10-22 16-13

at Las Vegas Kansas City at Detroit at Denver Indianapolis L.A. Chargers Cincinnati Minnesota at Miami at Chicago

HEAD COACH: JOHN HARBAUGH 61,756 70,417 50,788 76,490 70,510 70,704 70,659 70,599 65,948 60,679

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Third Down-Made/Att Third Down Efficiency Fourth Down-Made/Att Fourth Down Efficiency TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Per Game Total Plays Avg. Per Play NET YARDS RUSHING Avg. Per Game Total Rushes Avg. Per Rush NET YARDS PASSING Avg. Per Game Sacked/Yards Lost Gross Yards Attempts/Completions Pct. of Completion Had Intercepted PUNTS/AVERAGE Net Punting Average PUNT RETURN/AVG. KICKOFF RETURN/AVG. INTERCEPTION RETURN/AVG. PENALTIES/YARDS FUMBLES/BALL LOST TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing Returns EXTRA POINTS/ATTEMPTS TWO POINT CONVERSION/ATT. FIELD GOALS/ATTEMPTS AVG. TIME OF POSSESSION * SCORE BY PERIODS TEAM OPPONENTS SCORING J. Tucker M. Brown M. Andrews D. Freeman L. Murray D. Duvernay L. Bell L. Jackson P. Ricard T. Williams TEAM OPPONENTS

BAL 245 99 131 15 46/130 35.4% 8/12 66.7% 4,026 402.6 706 5.7 1,510 151.0 316 4.8 2,516 251.6 34/189 2,705 356/230 64.6% 9 45/44.4 40.4 20/15.6 13/24.7 5/0.0 58/502 13/4 27 12 14 1 21/21 2/5 20/22 33:44

TD 0 6 4 4 4 3 2 2 1 1 27 29

Q1 27 31 RU 0 0 0 3 4 0 2 2 0 1 12 10

Q2 80 59 PA 0 6 4 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 14 16

RT 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3

Q3 46 61 K-PAT 21/21 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 21/21 23/25

Q4 85 73 FG 20/22 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 20/22 11/14

OPP. 191 49 127 15 36/118 30.5% 7/13 53.8% 3,697 369.7 598 6.2 886 88.6 211 4.2 2,811 281.1 22/156 2,967 365/220 60.3% 5 54/47.7 40.1 16/7.5 20/20.8 9/11.0 61/515 8/3 29 10 16 3 23/25 0/3 11/14 26:16 OT 9 6

2PT 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PTS 247 230 PTS 81 36 28 24 24 18 12 12 6 6 247 230

* RUSHING L. Jackson D. Freeman L. Murray T. Williams L. Bell T. Huntley D. Duvernay M. Brown T. Cannon P. Ricard TEAM OPPONENTS

NO. 106 59 69 33 31 10 3 1 2 2 316 211

* RECEIVING M. Andrews M. Brown D. Duvernay S. Watkins R. Bateman D. Freeman T. Williams J. Proche II J. Oliver L. Murray P. Ricard L. Bell M. Boykin E. Tomlinson N. Boyle TEAM OPPONENTS

TAR 79 82 31 39 34 22 11 11 13 7 10 3 1 1 1 345 351

* INTERCEPTIONS A. Averett D. Elliott T. Young M. Humphrey TEAM OPPONENTS

YDS 639 272 244 180 83 50 28 5 5 4 1,510 886 NO. 56 52 23 22 21 17 9 8 7 6 6 1 1 1 0 230 220

NO. 2 1 1 1 5 9

* OFFENSIVE FUMBLES L. Jackson S. Watkins T. Williams D. Duvernay R. Bateman M. Andrews M. Brown T. Huntley J. Oliver TEAM OPPONENTS

AVG 6.0 4.6 3.5 5.5 2.7 5.0 9.3 5.0 2.5 2.0 4.8 4.2 YDS 696 719 203 347 270 117 84 118 59 26 54 -1 6 7 0 2,705 2,967

YDS 0 0 0 0 0 99

NO. 45 45 54

* PUNT RETURNS D. Duvernay TEAM OPPONENTS

YDS 2,000 2,000 2,578

RET 20 20 16

* KICKOFF RETURNS D. Duvernay TEAM OPPONENTS * FIELD GOALS J. Tucker TEAM OPPONENTS

AVG 12.4 13.8 8.8 15.8 12.9 6.9 9.3 14.8 8.4 4.3 9.0 -1.0 6.0 7.0 0.0 11.8 13.5 AVG 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 11.0

FUM 5 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 13 9

* PUNTING S. Koch TEAM OPPONENTS

LONG 31 31 14t 35t 12 19 19 5 3 2 35t 66

LST 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4

AVG 44.4 44.4 47.7 FC 14 14 11

NET 40.4 40.4 40.1

TB 3 3 5

YDS 312 312 120

TD 2 3 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 12 10

LONG 41 49t 21 49 35 15 21 32 19 8 22 0 6 7 0 49t 82t

TD 4 6 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 14 16

LONG 0 0 0 0 0 34t

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1

REC 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 7 1

TD 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

IN 17 17 17

AVG 15.6 15.6 7.5

LG 57 57 69 LONG 42 42 13

B 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0

NO. 13 13 20

YDS 321 321 418

AVG 24.7 24.7 20.9

LONG 47 47 98t

TD 0 0 1

1-19 0/0 0/0 0/0

20-29 3/3 3/3 2/2

30-39 6/6 6/6 6/7

40-49 8/10 8/10 1/3

50+ 3/3 3/3 2/2

J. Tucker: (40G, 47G) (43G) (49WR, 39G, 50G, 32G, 66G) (40G, 46G, 20G) (23G) (52G, 39G) (45G) (37G, 36G) (46G, 48WR) (35G, 27G, 46G) OPP: (34G, 55G) (35G) (37G, 43G, 37B, 47WL) (52G, 30G) (36G) (31G, 22G, 29G) (40WL) 2-Pt Conv: M. Andrews 2, L. Jackson 0, TM 2-5, OPP 0-3 SACKS: T. Bowser 4.5, J. Houston 4.0, O. Oweh 4.0, T. Young 2.0, P. Queen 2.0, D. Elliott 1.0, C. Clark 1.0, J. Bynes 1.0, J. Madubuike 1.0, P. McPhee 1.0, C. Campbell 0.5, TM 22.0, OPP 34.0 * PASSING L. Jackson T. Huntley TEAM OPPONENTS

ATT 309 47 356 365

CMP 199 31 230 220

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YDS 2,447 258 2,705 2,967

CMP% 64.4 66.0 64.6 60.3

YDS/ATT 7.9 5.5 7.6 8.1

TD 14 0 14 16

TD% 4.5 0.0 3.9 4.4

INT 8 1 9 5

INT% 2.6 2.1 2.5 1.4

LONG 49t 29 49t 82t

SACK/LOST 28.0/146 6.0/43 34.0/189 22.0/156

RATING 93.1 71.1 90.2 95.1


DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

PLAYER Queen, Patrick Humphrey, Marlon Averett, Anthony Clark, Chuck Campbell, Calais Stephens, Brandon Bowser, Tyus Bynes, Josh Board, Chris Elliott, DeShon Houston, Justin Madubuike, Justin Oweh, Odafe Harrison, Malik Young, Tavon Ellis, Justin McPhee, Pernell Williams, Brandon Westry, Chris Smith, Jimmy Washington, Broderick McKenzie, Kahlil Stone, Geno Ferguson, Jaylon Seymour, Kevon TOTALS

TOTAL 54 47 42 42 36 36 32 31 24 23 20 20 20 18 17 15 14 13 6 5 5 3 3 2 2 530

2021 REGULAR SEASON BALTIMORE RAVENS DEFENSIVE STATS (THROUGH WEEK 11) ASST TFL SACKS/YDS. QBH 18 7 2.0/19.0 3 13 0 0.0/0.0 1 7 0 0.0/0.0 0 15 3 1.0/12.0 1 18 4 0.5/3.5 9 13 1 0.0/0.0 1 14 5 4.5/35.5 10 8 5 1.0/1.0 2 13 0 0.0/0.0 2 4 3 1.0/6.0 3 9 4 4.0/18.0 15 7 4 1.0/6.0 4 5 5 4.0/24.0 12 7 2 0.0/0.0 0 1 4 2.0/20.0 3 9 0 0.0/0.0 1 3 2 1.0/11.0 2 9 1 0.0/0.0 0 0 1 0.0/0.0 0 0 0 0.0/0.0 0 3 1 0.0/0.0 1 3 0 0.0/0.0 0 0 0 0.0/0.0 0 1 0 0.0/0.0 1 1 0 0.0/0.0 0 181 52 22.0/156.0 71

TKL. 36 34 35 27 18 23 18 23 11 19 11 13 15 11 16 6 11 4 6 5 2 0 3 1 1 349

FR 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

FF 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

INT./YDS. 0/0 1/0 2/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 5/0

PD 0 11 9 5 1 1 1 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 44

ASST=Assist, TFL=Tackle for a Loss, Int.=Interception, FR=Fumble Recovery, FF=Forced Fumble, PD=Pass Defense

POS. ILB WR LB ILB DB/LB DB OLB CB RB S LS S S TE S CB CB

2021 RAVENS SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER TTL. SOLO 7 4 Board, Chris 6 2 Wallace, Tylan 6 2 Welch, Kristian 4 2 Harrison, Malik 4 4 Levine Sr., Anthony 4 3 Stephens, Brandon 3 2 Bowser, Tyus 1 1 Averett, Anthony 1 1 Cannon, Trenton 1 1 Clark, Chuck 1 1 Moore, Nick 1 0 Richards, Jordan 1 0 Stone, Geno 1 1 Tomlinson, Eric 0 Washington, Ar'Darius 1 1 1 Westry, Chris 1 1 Young, Tavon 44 26 TOTALS

ASST. 3 4 4 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 18

SACKS PLAYER

NO. PLAYER 4.5 4.0 4.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5

Bowser, Tyus Houston, Justin Oweh, Odafe Queen, Patrick Young, Tavon Bynes, Josh Clark, Chuck Elliott, DeShon Madubuike, Justin McPhee, Pernell Campbell, Calais

FORCED FUMBLES PLAYER Oweh, Odafe Bowser, Tyus Houston, Justin Humphrey, Marlon Queen, Patrick

DEFENSIVE STATS BY RANK TACKLES FOR LOSS

INTERCEPTIONS Averett, Anthony Elliott, DeShon Humphrey, Marlon Young, Tavon

NO. PLAYER 2 1 1 1

Queen, Patrick Bowser, Tyus Bynes, Josh Oweh, Odafe Campbell, Calais Houston, Justin Madubuike, Justin Young, Tavon Clark, Chuck Elliott, DeShon Harrison, Malik McPhee, Pernell Stephens, Brandon Washington, Broderick Westry, Chris Williams, Brandon

PASSES DEFENSED

NO. PLAYER 7 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1

Humphrey, Marlon Averett, Anthony Clark, Chuck Bynes, Josh Smith, Jimmy Young, Tavon Elliott, DeShon Westry, Chris Williams, Brandon Bowser, Tyus Campbell, Calais Madubuike, Justin Stephens, Brandon

QBH

NO. PLAYER 11 9 5 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

Houston, Justin Oweh, Odafe Bowser, Tyus Campbell, Calais Madubuike, Justin Elliott, DeShon Queen, Patrick Young, Tavon Board, Chris Bynes, Josh McPhee, Pernell Clark, Chuck Ellis, Justin Ferguson, Jaylon Humphrey, Marlon Stephens, Brandon Washington, Broderick

NO. 15 12 10 9 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

FUMBLE RECOVERIES

NO. PLAYER 2 1 1 1 1

Campbell, Calais Oweh, Odafe Williams, Brandon

NO. 1 1 1

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