On Sunday, the Jacksonville Jaguars held the Baltimore Ravens to under 200 yards of offense while Blake Bortles had 44 more yards of offense than that on his own. That resulted in a huge 44-7 victory for Jacksonville as the two teams battled at Wembley Stadium in London, England. Here's the latest Ravens vs. Jaguars game recap including top performers, game stats, a standings update, and what's next for these teams on the schedule.

BAL vs. JAX recap

The Jacksonville Jaguars put on a show today in London, England en route to their second win of the season.

Quarterback Blake Bortles led the way, throwing 20-of-31 completed passes for 244 yards and four touchdowns. Among his top targets was Mercedes Lewis who had three touchdown receptions and 62 yards, while Allen Hurns had the other reception for a TD. Rookie Leonard Fournette had 17 carries for 59 yards and a touchdown, with the Jaguars scoring at least a touchdown in every quarter of the game.

They also kept the Baltimore Ravens at bay, as the passing game tallied just 52 yards and one touchdown between quarterbacks Joe Flacco and Ryan Mallett.

On the ground, Baltimore had 134 total yards of rushing thanks mostly to Alex Collins who had 82 yards on his nine carries.

Looking at the full team stats tells the story of this one too. In terms of total yards of offense, the Jaguars had 410 yards which was more than double Baltimore's 186. With just over 35 minutes for their time of possession, the Jaguars made the most of that time and of their 68 plays in the game.


Today's win was certainly a statement by the Jacksonville Jaguars as they took down a 2-0 team at a neutral site. The Jaguars are now 2-1 for their season after wins over Houston and Baltimore, two teams which may have been picked as playoff teams by some fans or analysts. Next up, Jacksonville takes on the New York Jets on the road on Sunday, October 1st at 1 p.m.

Eastern Time.

The Baltimore Ravens also are 2-1, as this makes for their first loss of the season and one of the most embarrassing for them in recent history. The team may have been considered "pretenders" by many fans and analysts based on those two wins over Cincinnati and Cleveland that put them at 2-0. Now with a loss to an emerging contender, it may have answered that question. It won't get any easier for Baltimore next week as they'll play against a top notch AFC team in the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Ravens will host the game on next Sunday at 1 p.m. Eastern Time.