Ravens vs Rams Live Stream: Watch Ravens vs Rams Monday Night Football Online. Ravens vs. Rams staff picks: Who will win Monday night’s match up in L.A.? The Ravens will head west to face off against the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football and it’s time to cover their recent exhibitions.
The Baltimore Ravens have now won their past 6 games after easily defeating the Houston Texans 41-7. The Ravens were in control the entire game. The defense racked up 7 sacks, and Lamar Jackson solidified himself as the MVP frontrunner with 4 total touchdowns.
The Ravens will face another tough team in the Rams on Monday night. Aaron Donald is the best defensive player in the NFL, and opposing offenses have to worry about Jalen Ramsey and Eric Weddle in the secondary. However, the Rams offense is coming off two rough performances scoring only 29 combined points across the past two weeks. Jared Goff has thrown 3 interceptions and no touchdowns during that span.
The Ravens will hope their hot offense can continue to run up the scoreboard, and look to take advantage of the Rams on the other side of the ball.
Matt Skura and Marshall Yanda
As I previously mentioned, Donald is easily the best defensive player in the NFL. He recorded 20.5 sacks last season and already has 8 this season. You cannot expect to shut him down, but the Ravens offensive line will have to do their best to slow him down. There is no doubt that Wade Phillips will move Donald around, but he spends the majority of his snaps lined up inside which would match him up against Matt Skura and Marshall Yanda.
Skura has continued to improve this season. His current PFF grade of 63.7 is a career-high. That is largely due to his development as a run blocker. He is still a better pass protector though and has surrendered only one sack all season. The 7-time Pro Bowler, Yanda, is once again playing exceptionally well.
Here’s who has the edge on offense, defense and special teams in Monday night’s Week 12 game between the Ravens and Rams at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum:
RAVENS PASSING GAME: Quarterback Lamar Jackson overcame a slow start in Sunday’s 41-7 win over the Houston Texans to finish 17-for-24 for 222 yards and four touchdowns. Jackson shared the ball generously, finding nine different receivers, including wideout Seth Roberts, who caught his first touchdown pass as a Raven. Running back Mark Ingram II had two touchdown receptions, part of his growing involvement in the passing game. Jackson still relies heavily on tight end Mark Andrews and rookie wide receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown, who are first and second on the team, respectively, in receptions and yards. The Ravens’ offensive line, the team’s most consistent unit this season, has allowed 20 sacks, 10th best in the league. Jackson hasn’t thrown an interception since Week 5 and holds the league’s fourth-highest passer rating.