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The Baltimore Ravens capitalized on turnovers more than the New England Patriots and went 2-1 on the season after a 37-26 win.
The second half was filled with turnovers from both teams, but the biggest one for the Ravens came on a fumble by Patriots wide receiver Nelson Agholor after a 28-yard reception. Marcus Peters forced the ball with 5:35 left in the fourth quarter.
That would set up a touchdown run for quarterback Lamar Jackson to give the Ravens more breathing room.
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There was a similar situation when a Ravens receiver caught a deep pass from Jackson that he dropped after the catch, which was recovered by New England. It was a 31-26 game at the time, but the Ravens ended up knocking out Patriots quarterback Mac Jones on a through pass aimed at Devante Parker.
Jones would throw another interception on the game-ending drive to ice it for Baltimore.
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In the end, it was another solid performance from Jackson that resulted in a Ravens win. He finished with 218 yards on 18 on 29 passes while rushing for 107 yards on 11 carries with the touchdown.
He joined his favorite target, tight end Mark Andrews, for two of his passing touchdowns. Andrews had 89 yards on eight carries.
As for the Patriots, Parker had a wild first half, rushing for 132 yards. But he finished the game with 156 on five catches as the Ravens cleaned him up in the second half.
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Jones went 22 for 32 for 321 yards but had three interceptions and no passing touchdowns. The Pats had three scores on the ground, one each for Jones, Rhamondre Stevenson and Damien Harris.
The Ravens face a tough Buffalo Bills team that just lost to the Miami Dolphins in their next game.
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The Patriots travel to Wisconsin to face the Green Bay Packers next Sunday.