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8-6, 2nd in AFC North

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

John Harbaugh on getting accustomed to Lamar Jackson's running: "I don't know -- everybody can have their own feel on thee nerves. But it's good. I know from a defensive perspective, it's tough. I just think that's a very valuable thing to have."

Humphrey: When you get an interception you take good to great (0:32)
Harbaugh: Ravens were able to overcome adversity in win (0:44)
Jackson's arm and legs spur Ravens past Buccaneers (0:53)

Jackson helps Ravens run past Buccaneers 20-12

Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson picked apart the Tampa Bay defense on a soggy field, running for 95 yards and throwing for 131 to carry the Baltimore Ravens to a 20-12 victory Sunday.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson continues his winning ways, leading Ravens to a 20-12 victory over the Bucs. It wasn't pretty but Jackson cane through in timely situations. He ran for 95 yards and threw for 131 yards as Baltimore (8-6) keep hold of the No. 6 seed in the AFC. If Pittsburgh loses to New England, the Ravens take over first place in the AFC North.

Humphrey picks off Winston (0:22)
Edwards powers through for Ravens TD (0:17)
Moore skirts the pylon for a TD (0:23)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

First half summarized good and bad of Lamar Jackson. He fumbled and threw ball erratically. But Jackson did enough running (40 yards) and throwing the ball (11-of-16 for 102) to give the Ravens a 10-9 halftime lead over Tampa Bay.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens inactives vs. Tampa Bay: RB Ty Montgomery, G Alex Lewis (shoulder), LB Tim Williams (ankle), FB-DE Patrick Ricard, WR Jordan Lasley, DE Zach Sieler and QB Robert Griffin III.

Woodson: Ravens will beat Bucs, stay in contention (1:08)
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Ricard addresses racist tweets with Ravens

Teammate Michael Pierce said the Ravens "are going to stand behind [Patrick Ricard]" despite racist tweets he made six years ago. "It's a brotherhood here," Pierce said.

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NFL won't pay for videos in investigations

The NFL does not plan to change its investigative procedures, despite questions that arose about the Kareem Hunt probe, and will not start paying for videos or other information.

McShay: Jackson has provided Ravens with a 'spark' (1:05)
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Ravens to stay with Jackson over healthy Flacco

Lamar Jackson, who started four games while Joe Flacco was recovering from a hip injury, will remain the starting QB for the Ravens now that Flacco is healthy.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Ravens are officially Lamar Jackson's team. Jackson was named the starting quarterback and Joe Flacco will serve as the backup. This decision is based on the fact that Baltimore believes Jackson gives the team the best chance to win and reach the playoffs. Jackson gives the Ravens a spark and an offensive identity.

Team Stats

Passing Yards227.8
Rushing Yards141.9
Points For24.43rd
Points Against18.1