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2021 Baltimore Ravens season
Owner Steve Bisciotti
Head Coach John Harbaugh
General Manager Eric DeCosta
Home Field M&T Bank Stadium
Results
Record 2–1
Place 3rd AFC North
Playoff Finish
Timeline
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2020 2022

The 2021 season is the Baltimore Ravens' 26th season in the National Football League and their fourteenth under head coach John Harbaugh.

On August 23, the Baltimore Ravens and John Harbaugh claimed the record of consecutive preseason wins with 20, overtaking Vince Lombardi’s Green Bay Packers record with a win over the Washington Football Team.[1]

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Offseason

Players added

Position Player Tag 2020 Team Date
G Kevin Zeitler UFA (Cut) NY Giants March 15
TE Josh Oliver Traded Jacksonville March 17
FS Geno Stone UFA Houston March 23
WR Sammy Watkins UFA Kansas City March 26
OT Alejandro Villanueva UFA Pittsburgh May 4
WR Devin Gray UFA Atlanta June 3
OT Ja'Wuan James UFA (Cut) Denver June 7
DE Chris Smith UFA Las Vegas July 27
DE Justin Houston UFA Indianapolis July 31
RB Le'Veon Bell UFA Kansas City September 7
RB Devonta Freeman UFA NY Giants September 9
RB Latavius Murray UFA (Cut) New Orleans September 10

Players lost

Position Player Tag 2021 Team Date
QB Robert Griffin III Waived January 18
WR De'Anthony Thomas Waived January 18
CB Tramon Williams Waived Retired January 18
RB Mark Ingram Jr. Waived Houston January 19
OLB Matthew Judon UFA New England March 15
EDGE Yannick Ngakoue UFA Las Vegas March 15
WR Chris Moore UFA Houston March 15
DE Jihad Ward UFA Jacksonville March 16
LS Morgan Cox UFA Tennessee March 17
C Matt Skura UFA NY Giants March 18
S Jayron Kearse UFA Dallas March 24
WR Willie Snead UFA Las Vegas March 26
OT Orlando Brown Jr. Traded Kansas City April 23
OLB Chauncey Rivers Waived Green Bay August 4
TE Jake Breeland Waived/Injured August 9
CB Davontae Harris Waived San Francisco August 15
TE Eli Wolf Waived August 15
CB Shaun Wade Traded New England August 26
C Greg Mancz Traded Miami August 28
OG Ben Bredeson Traded NY Giants August 31
SS Nigel Warrior Waived Seattle August 31

2021 NFL Draft

2021 Baltimore Ravens Draft
Round Selection Player Position College
1 27 Rashod Bateman WR Minnesota
31 Odafe Oweh OLB Penn State
3 94 Ben Cleveland OG Georgia
104 Brandon Stephens CB SMU
4 131 Tylan Wallace WR Oklahoma State
5 160 Shaun Wade CB Ohio State
171 Daelin Hayes OLB Notre Dame
184 Ben Mason FB Michigan

Notes

  • Baltimore traded offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr., their 2021 second-round selection (No. 58) and a 2022 sixth-round selection to Kansas City for their 2021 first-round selection (No. 31), 2021 third-round selection (No. 94), 2021 fourth-round selection (No. 136), and a 2022 fifth-round selection.[2]
  • Baltimore traded its third-round selection (No. 91) and a conditional 2022 fifth-round pick to Minnesota in exchange for linebacker Yannick Ngakoue.
  • Baltimore received compensatory third-round selections in 2021 (No. 104) and 2022 when its assistant head coach and passing game coordinator David Culley was hired by Houston as head coach.[3]
  • Baltimore traded the fourth-round selection it had earlier acquired from the Kansas City Chiefs (No. 136) and its own sixth-round selection (No. 210) to Arizona for their 5th round selection (No. 160) and a 2022 fourth-round pick.[4]
  • Baltimore received a compensatory fifth-round selection (No. 184) in 2021 due to the loss of DT Michael Pierce in free agency the previous offseason.

Undrafted free agent signings

2021 Baltimore Ravens Undrafted Free Agent Signings
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Ar'Darius Washington S TCU
Adrian Ealy OT Oklahoma
Tony Poljan TE Virginia
Sam Cooper OG Merrimack
Foster Sarell OT Stanford
Xavier Kelly DT Arkansas
Blake Gallagher LB Northwestern
Nate McCrary RB Saginaw Valley State
Donte Sylencieux WR Graceland
Barrington Wade LB Iowa
Kenji Bahar QB Monmouth
Jake Verity K East Carolina
Jovan Swann DL Indiana

Staff

Baltimore Ravens current staff
Front office
  • Owner – Steve Bisciotti
  • President – Dick Cass
  • Executive vice president/general manager – Eric DeCosta
  • Executive vice president/player personnel – Ozzie Newsome
  • Senior vice president of football administration – Pat Moriarty
  • Director of pro personnel – Vince Newsome
  • Director of college scouting – Joe Hortiz
  • Director of football administration – Jessica Markison
  • Senior personnel assistant – George Kokinis
  • Assistant director of pro personnel – Chad Alexander
Head coaches
  • Head coach – John Harbaugh
  • Assistant to the Head Coach - Dan Parsons
Offensive coaches
  • Offensive coordinator – Greg Roman
  • Quarterbacks – James Urban
  • Running Backs – Craig Van Steeg
  • Wide Receivers - Tee Martin
  • Tight Ends – Bobby Engram
  • Offensive line – Joe D'Alessandris
  • Assistant offensive line – Richard Angulo
  • Senior offensive assistant / Running Backs – Craig Ver Steeg
  • Offensive assistant/Tight Ends – Andy Bischoff
  • Pass Game Specialist Keith Williams
 
Defensive coaches
  • Defensive coordinator – Don Martindale
  • Defensive line/running game coordinator – Anthony Weaver
  • Assistant defensive line – Jason Brooks
  • Outside Linebackers – Drew Wilkins
  • Linebackers – Mike MacDonald
  • Secondary - Jesse Minter
  • Secondary/Passing defense coordinator – Chris Hewitt
  • Defensive assistant/Defensive line – Sterling Lucas
Special teams coaches
  • Special teams coordinator – Chris Horton
  • Assitant special teams/Analyst – T.J. Weist
  • Specialists – Randy Brown
Coaching support staff
  • Senior football analyst – Eugene Shen
  • Senior opponent analyst – Scott Cohen
  • Football analyst – Daniel Stern
  • Football Information manager – Megan McLaughlin
  • Coaching analyst = Brian Duker
Strength and conditioning
  • Strength and conditioning – Steve Saunders
  • Assistant strength and conditioning – Anthony Watson
  • Coaching analyst – performance – Scott Elliott
  • Coaching analyst – performance – Ron Shrift
  • Coaching analyst – performance – Sam Rosengarten

Coaching staff
Management
More NFL staffs

Current roster

Baltimore Ravens current roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

  • 89 Mark Andrews
  • 86 Nick Boyle
  • 88 Jake Breeland
  • 85 Eric Tomlinson
Offensive Linemen
  • 77 Bradley Bozeman C
  • 78 Orlando Brown, Jr. T
  • 71 Jermaine Eluemunor G
  • 74 James Hurst T
  • 72 Alex Lewis G
  • 68 Matt Skura C/G
  • 79 Ronnie Stanley T
  • 73 Marshal Yanda G

Defensive Linemen

  • 69 Willie Henry DT
  • 97 Michael Pierce NT
  • 95 Zach Sieler DT
  • 96 Brent Urban DE
  • 98 Brandon Williams DT
  • 93 Chris Wormley DE/DT

Linebackers

  • 49 Chris Board ILB
  • 54 Tyus Bowser OLB
  • 48 Patrick Onwuasor ILB
Linebackers (cont'd)
  • 50 Otaro Alaka ILB
  • 45 Jaylon Ferguson OLB
  • 58 L.J. Fort ILB
  • 40 Malik Harrison ILB
  • 48 Patrick Queen ILB

Defensive Backs

  • 28 Jordan Richards FS
  • 37 Iman Marshall CB
  • 32 DeShon Elliot FS
  • 36 Chuck Clark SS
  • 44 Marlon Humphrey CB
  • 23 Anthony Averett CB
  • 24 Marcus Peters CB
  • 33 Davontae Harris CB
  • 22 Jimmy Smith CB
  • 25 Tavon Young CB


Defensive Backs (cont'd)
  • 41 Anthony Levine SS
  • 25 Tavon Young FS
  • 32 Eric Weddle FS

Special Teams

Reserve Lists

Practice Squad

  • 60 Randin Crecelius G
  • 31 Robertson Daniel CB
  • 45 Christopher Ezeala FB
  • 59 Myles Humphrey ILB
  • 33 Cyrus Jones CB
  • 91 Christian LaCouture DE
  • 65 Nico Siragusa G
Practice Squad (cont'd)
  • 47 De'Lance Turner RB
  • 80 Darren Waller TE
  • 14 Tim White WR

Unrestricted FAs

  • currently vacant

Restricted FAs

  • currently vacant

Exclusive-Rights FAs

  • currently vacant
  • Note: Rookies in italics

Preseason

The Ravens' preseason opponents and schedule were announced in the spring.

Week Date Opponent Result Record Venue Recap
1 August 14 New Orleans W 17–14 1–0 M&T Bank Stadium Recap
2 August 21 at Carolina W 20–3 2–0 B of A Stadium Recap
3 August 28 at Washington W 37–3 3–0 FedExField Recap

Note

  • The Ravens' three preseason victories extended their preseason winning streak to 20 games (an NFL record).[5]

Regular season

Schedule

The Ravens' 2021 schedule was announced on May 12, and is subject to change, pending developments in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Week Date Time (ET) Opponent Result Record Venue TV Recap
1 September 13 8:15 p.m. at Las Vegas L 27–33 (OT) 0–1 Allegiant Stadium ESPN/ABC Recap
2 September 19 8:20 p.m. Kansas City W 36–35 1–1 M&T Bank Stadium NBC Recap
3 September 26 1:00 p.m. at Detroit W 19–17 2–1 Ford Field CBS Recap
4 October 3 4:25 p.m. at Denver Mile High CBS
5 Template:Dow tooltip 8:15 p.m. Indianapolis M&T Bank Stadium ESPN
6 October 17 1:00 p.m. LA Chargers M&T Bank Stadium CBS
7 October 24 1:00 p.m. Cincinnati M&T Bank Stadium CBS
8 Bye
9 November 7 1:00 p.m. Minnesota M&T Bank Stadium Fox
10 November 11 8:20 p.m. at Miami Hard Rock Stadium Fox/NFLN/Prime Video
11 November 21 1:00 p.m. at Chicago Soldier Field CBS
12 November 28 8:20 p.m. Cleveland M&T Bank Stadium NBC
13 December 5 4:25 p.m. at Pittsburgh Heinz Field CBS
14 December 12 1:00 p.m. at Cleveland FirstEnergy Stadium CBS
15 December 19 1:00 p.m. Green Bay M&T Bank Stadium Fox
16 December 26 1:00 p.m. at Cincinnati Paul Brown Stadium CBS
17 January 2 4:25 p.m. LA Rams M&T Bank Stadium Fox
18 January 9 1:00 p.m. Pittsburgh M&T Bank Stadium CBS

Notes:

  • Intra-division opponents are in bold text.
  • Networks and times from Weeks 6–18 are subject to change as a result of flexible scheduling; Week 10 is exempt, as it occurs on a Thursday.
  • Week 18 is subject to being flexed to Saturday, January 8.

Game summaries

Week 1: Las Vegas Raiders 33, Baltimore Ravens 27 (OT)

Week 1: Baltimore Ravens at Las Vegas Raiders – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Ravens 7 7 3 10 27
Raiders 0 10 0 17 33

at Allegiant Stadium, Paradise, Nevada

  • Date: Template:Dow tooltip
  • Game time: 8:15 p.m. EDT/5:15 p.m. PDT
  • Game weather: None (indoor stadium)
  • Game attendance: 61,756
  • Referee: Shawn Smith
  • TV announcers (ESPN/ABC): Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick and Lisa Salters
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information
First quarter
  • BAL – Ty'Son Williams 35-yard run (Justin Tucker kick), 1:47. Ravens 7–0. Drive: 6 plays, 65 yards, 2:59.

Second quarter

  • BAL – Marquise Brown 10-yard pass from Lamar Jackson (Justin Tucker kick), 8:52. Ravens 14–0. Drive: 6 plays, 68 yards, 2:38.
  • LV – Josh Jacobs 2-yard run (Daniel Carlson kick), 4:14. Ravens 14–7. Drive: 9 plays, 75 yards, 4:38.
  • LV – Daniel Carlson 34-yard field goal, 0:00. Ravens 14–10. Drive: 9 plays, 48 yards, 1:12.

Third quarter

  • BAL – Justin Tucker 40-yard field goal, 8:24. Ravens 17–10. Drive: 6 plays, 16 yards, 2:24.

Fourth quarter

  • LV – Josh Jacobs 15-yard run (Daniel Carlson kick), 9:18. Tied 17–17. Drive: 5 plays, 41 yards, 2:36.
  • BAL – Latavius Murray 8-yard run (Justin Tucker kick), 6:04. Ravens 24–17. Drive: 6 plays, 75 yards, 3:14.
  • LV – Darren Waller 10-yard pass from Derek Carr (Daniel Carlson kick), 3:44. Tied 24–24. Drive: 9 plays, 75 yards, 2:20.
  • BAL – Justin Tucker 47-yard field goal, 0:37. Ravens 27–24. Drive: 8 plays, 46 yards, 3:07.
  • LV – Daniel Carlson 55-yard field goal, 0:02. Tied 27–27. Drive: 5 plays, 38 yards, 0:35.

Overtime

  • LV – Zay Jones 31-yard pass from Derek Carr, 3:38. Raiders 33–27. Drive: 2 plays, 27 yards, 0:53.

Top passers

  • BAL – Lamar Jackson – 19/30, 235 yards, TD
  • LV – Derek Carr – 34/56, 435 yards, 2 TD, INT

Top rushers

  • BAL – Lamar Jackson – 12 rushes, 86 yards
  • LV – Josh Jacobs – 10 rushes, 34 yards, 2 TD

Top receivers

  • BAL – Sammy Watkins – 4 receptions, 96 yards
  • LV – Darren Waller – 10 receptions, 105 yards, TD

The Ravens blew multiple fourth quarter leads and lost in overtime 27–33 to the Raiders on Monday Night Football.

The Raiders received the opening kickoff and moved into Baltimore territory before a shotgun snap that was not expected by Las Vegas quarterback Derek Carr led to a 15-yard loss. As a result of the play, the Raiders were forced to punt. The Ravens were unable to do much with the ball and punted as well. A three-and-out series by the Raiders gave the ball to the Ravens at their own 35. The Ravens moved into Raider territory, but were faced with a fourth and one at the Raider 35-yard line. Ty'Son Williams broke through the line on the fourth down play for a 35-yard touchdown run to give Baltimore a 7–0 lead. The teams exchanged punts on their next possessions before the Ravens moved into Raider territory again. Lamar Jackson hit Marquise Brown on a 10-yard touchdown pass with nine minutes remaining in the second quarter and it appeared the Raiders might get blown out. However, on the ensuing possession, Carr was finally able to connect with tight end Darren Waller and move the ball to the Ravens two-yard line before Josh Jacobs scored to cut the lead in half, 14–7. The Ravens again moved into Raider territory with less than two minutes left in the half, but were stopped short on fourth down and turned the ball over to Las Vegas. Carr quickly moved the Raiders to the Baltimore 14-yard line, but had to settle for a Daniel Carlson 34-yard field goal as the half ended leaving the score 14–10 at halftime.

In the second half, the team exchanged punts again before the Ravens connected on a 40-yard field goal by Justin Tucker to move the lead back to seven at 17–10. The Raiders looked to answer by moving in to Raven territory, but were stuffed on a fourth-and-one at the Raven 13. The teams again exchanged punts as the game moved to the fourth quarter. The Ravens took over with 13:23 remaining in the quarter, but Jackson scrambled and had the ball knocked out of his hands and fumbled with the Raiders' Denzel Perryman recovering the ball at the Baltimore 41. Four plays later, Jacobs scored on a 25-yard run to tie the game at 17. The Ravens quickly answered as Latavius Murray scored on an eight-yard touchdown run to give the Ravens a 24–17 lead with about six minutes remaining. Carr moved the Raiders down field and, with just under four minutes left, hit Waller for a 10-yard touchdown pass to again tie the game. Baltimore responded by moving into Raider territory, but were unable to get a first down on a third-down play at the Vegas 31 and were forced to settle for a field goal with 37 seconds remaining. Carr, with no timeouts, hit Bryan Edwards for a 20-yard gain on the first play of the ensuing possession. After a spike to stop the clock, Carr hit Edwards again for 18 yards to move the ball to the Raven 37. Carlson then hit a 55-yard field to tie the game at 27. With two second remaining in the quarter, the Ravens took a knee to settle for overtime.

In overtime, the Raiders won the toss and moved into Raven territory on a pass by Carr to Hunter Renfrow. Renfrow appeared to step out of bounds at least once on the 27-yard play, but no review was made. Two plays later, Carr, backpedaling to avoid the rush, threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Edwards to apparently win the game. As players celebrated on the field, the play was reviewed and it was determined Edwards was down near the one-yard line, overturning the touchdown. After clearing the field, Carr was stuffed on sneak attempt. Rookie right tackle Alex Leatherwood then committed a false start penalty and the ball was moved back outside the five-yard line. Following an incompletion, Carr's next pass went through the hands of Willie Snead and bounced off a DeShon Elliott's helmet before being intercepted by Anthony Averett in the end zone for a touchback. After the Ravens took over at the 20, Jackson fumbled again which was again recovered by the Raiders. Following a one-yard run to the Ravens' 26, the Raiders belatedly decided to attempt a field goal. However, due to the slow decision, Carlson did not get on the field in time and the Raiders, who had used their two timeouts on the prior possession, committed a delay of game penalty. Jon Gruden decided to not try the field goal on the next play and Carr, under pressure and backpedaling, threw to a wide open Zay Jones for a 31-yard touchdown to end the game.

With the heartbreaking upset loss, the Ravens fell to 0–1 for the first time since 2015. This game marked the 12th game with an upset in Week 1 during the 2021 NFL season an NFL record.

Week 2: Baltimore Ravens 36, Kansas City Chiefs 35

Week 2: Kansas City Chiefs at Baltimore Ravens – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Chiefs 14 7 14 0 35
Ravens 7 10 7 12 36

at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland

Game information
First quarter

Second quarter

  • BAL – Latavius Murray 5-yard run (Justin Tucker kick), 3:21. Tied 14–14. Drive: 9 plays, 72 yards, 5:31.
  • KC – Darrel Williams 2-yard run (Harrison Butker kick), 0:51. Chiefs 21–14. Drive: 7 plays, 67 yards, 2:30.
  • BAL – Justin Tucker 43-yard field goal, 0:03. Chiefs 21–17. Drive: 7 plays, 50 yards, 0:48.

Third quarter

  • KC – Byron Pringle 40-yard pass from Patrick Mahomes (Harrison Butker kick), 11:53. Chiefs 28–17. Drive: 5 plays, 74 yards, 3:07.
  • BAL – Marquise Brown 42-yard pass from Lamar Jackson (Justin Tucker kick), 9:30. Chiefs 28–24. Drive: 4 plays, 75 yards, 2:23.
  • KC – Travis Kelce 46-yard pass from Patrick Mahomes (Harrison Butker kick), 6:50. Chiefs 35–24. Drive: 6 plays, 75 yards, 2:40.

Fourth quarter

  • BAL – Lamar Jackson 2-yard run (pass failed), 14:13. Chiefs 35–30. Drive: 5 plays, 56 yards, 2:48.
  • BAL – Lamar Jackson 1-yard run (pass failed), 3:14. Ravens 36–35. Drive: 14 plays, 68 yards, 8:02.

Top passers

  • KC – Patrick Mahomes – 24/31, 343 yards, 3 TD, INT
  • BAL – Lamar Jackson – 18/26, 239 yards, TD, 2 INT

Top rushers

  • KC – Clyde Edwards-Helaire – 13 rushes, 46 yards
  • BAL – Lamar Jackson – 16 rushes, 107 yards, 2 TD

Top receivers

  • KC – Travis Kelce – 7 receptions, 109 yards, TD
  • BAL – Marquise Brown – 6 receptions, 113 yards, TD

The Ravens overcame two 11–point 2nd half deficits to stun the Chiefs 36–35 on Sunday Night Football, avoiding an 0–2 start. Lamar Jackson ran for two fourth quarter touchdowns on consecutive drives, overcoming two first quarter interceptions, the former of which was a Pick 6, by Tyrann Mathieu. Kansas City then drove into field goal range, but rookie OLB Odafe Oweh forced and recovered a fumble by Clyde Edwards-Helaire at the Baltimore 34-yard line with 1:20 left to go in the game. The Ravens then forced the Chiefs to use all 3 timeouts before Jackson sealed it with a 2-yard run on 4th and 1 from the Baltimore 43. It was Jackson's first ever win over Patrick Mahomes as well as the largest deficit he's overcome in his career. With the win, the Ravens improved to 1–1.

Week 3: Baltimore Ravens 19, Detroit Lions 17

Week 3: Baltimore Ravens at Detroit Lions – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Ravens 0 10 6 3 19
Lions 0 0 7 10 17

at Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan

  • Date: September 26
  • Game time: 1:00 p.m. EDT
  • Game weather: None (indoor stadium)
  • Game attendance: 50,788
  • Referee: Scott Novak
  • TV announcers (CBS): Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta and AJ Ross
  • Recap, Gamebook
Game information
First quarter
  • No scoring plays.

Second quarter

  • BAL – Justin Tucker 39-yard field goal, 10:05. Ravens 3–0. Drive: 6 plays, 25 yards, 2:21.
  • BAL – Devin Duvernay 19-yard pass from Lamar Jackson (Justin Tucker kick), 3:15. Ravens 10–0. Drive: 8 plays, 65 yards, 3:39.

Third quarter

  • BAL – Justin Tucker 50-yard field goal, 12:16. Ravens 13–0. Drive: 7 plays, 43 yards, 2:44.
  • DET – D'Andre Swift 2-yard run (Ryan Santoso kick), 5:21. Ravens 13–7. Drive: 11 plays, 75 yards, 6:55.
  • BAL – Justin Tucker 32-yard field goal, 0:41. Ravens 16–7. Drive: 10 plays, 61 yards, 4:40.

Fourth quarter

  • DET – Jamaal Williams 1-yard run (Ryan Santoso kick), 8:16. Ravens 16–14. Drive: 12 plays, 75 yards, 7:25.
  • DET – Ryan Santoso 35-yard field goal, 1:04. Lions 17–16. Drive: 9 plays, 62 yards, 4:21.
  • BAL – Justin Tucker 66-yard field goal, 0:00. Ravens 19–17. Drive: 7 plays, 27 yards, 1:04.

Top passers

  • BAL – Lamar Jackson – 16/31, 287 yards, TD, INT
  • DET – Jared Goff – 22/30, 217 yards

Top rushers

  • BAL – Lamar Jackson – 7 rushes, 58 yards
  • DET – D'Andre Swift – 14 rushes, 47 yards, TD

Top receivers

  • BAL – Mark Andrews – 5 receptions, 109 yards
  • DET – Kalif Raymond – 6 receptions, 68 yards

The Ravens survived a fourth quarter rally by the Detroit Lions to win 19–17 at Ford Field. After trailing 7–16 going into the fourth quarter, the Lions scored 10 unanswered points, taking the lead with 1:04 left to play on a Ryan Santoso 35-yard field goal. On the ensuing possession, the Ravens faced a 4th & 19 deep in their own territory with less than 30 seconds to go, but Lamar Jackson found Sammy Watkins for a long gain out to the Lions 48 yard line. After spiking the ball, Jackson took four more seconds off the clock by throwing the ball out of bounds, leaving only three seconds on the clock. However, the referees missed that the play clock expired before the play, which should been a five-yard penalty for delay of game. Longtime Ravens kicker Justin Tucker who missed a 49–yard field goal earlier, then hit an NFL-record 66-yard field goal as time expired to win the game.

Week 4: at Denver Broncos

Week 4: Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Ravens 0 0 0 0 0
Broncos 0 0 0 0 0

at Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

  • Date: October 3
  • Game time: 4:25 p.m. EDT/2:25 p.m. MDT
  • Referee: Craig Wrolstad
  • TV announcers (CBS): Andrew Catalon, James Lofton and Amanda Balionis
  • Preview

Standings

Division

Template:2021 AFC North standings

Conference

Template:2021 AFC standings

References

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