Maybe you can argue that the Baltimore Ravens aren’t the best team in the NFL, but you’d be in the wrong if you argued against the fact that they have the most explosive and entertaining offense in the league.
After all, this Baltimore team is averaging 35.1 points per game, five more than any other team in the league and on top of that the offense is averaging 433.3 yards per contest which is just 0.1 yards less than the NFL leading Cowboys.
Those numbers certainly paint a picture of how great this offense is, but there are a couple of other numbers surrounding this squad that are pretty mind-blowing.
With an offense putting up 35 points per game, you can imagine that they don’t punt too often, but two punts in three games is unheard of.
Lamar Jackson really, really hates when his team has to punt the football. And sure, the Bengals are a bad football team, but it’s not like the Rams or Texans are towards the bottom of the league standings or anything.
That’s a stat that shows off the offense over a stretch, but what about if you compare their 45 point outbursts against the Rams on Monday Night Football?
Baltimore scored touchdowns on each of its first six drives in Los Angeles. Let’s just say the Redskins, one of the worst teams in the NFL, haven’t had that type of offensive success.
There isn’t much to say about that stat from Field Yates other than Marquise Brown, Mark Ingram, Jackson and company have been clicking at a different level while the Redskins simply have not.
What we’re seeing from this Baltimore offense truly is something special. Jackson and his team have outscored their opponents by a count of 251-102 during their current seven-game winning streak.