The New York Giants lost, 27-13, to the Baltimore Ravens Sunday afternoon at M&T Bank Stadium. New York dropped to 5-10 on the season and Baltimore improved to 10-5.
The Ravens controlled this game from start to finish. The Giants played hard, as they have all season, but the Ravens played harder and faster.
Baltimore controlled the game on the ground, thrashing the Giants’ run defense to the tune of 249 yards on 40 rushing plays. And it wasn’t all Lamar Jackson on scrambles, either. The Ravens had three separate players, Gus Edwards, Jackson, and J.K. Dobbins, each rushing for over 75 yards.
The Ravens’ offensive line consistently created movement up front while their pass catchers out-muscled the Giants’ secondary.
QB Daniel Jones was 24-of-41 for 252 yards and one touchdown.
Sterling Shepard recorded nine receptions for 77 yards and one touchdown.
Wayne Gallman tallied six rushing attempts for 27 yards.