Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens run past Dallas Cowboys 34-17 to end 3-game slide

Back in real life following a 15-day cutback, Lamar Jackson coordinated a tenacious surging assault that the Baltimore Ravens expectation will be the principal huge advance in a hurry to the end of the season games.

Jackson run for 94 yards and a score, and the Ravens got back from a COVID-19 flare-up to store up 294 yards hurrying in a 34-17 defeat of the Dallas Cowboys on Tuesday night.

Playing unexpectedly since Nov. 22 after a positive test for the conceivably fatal infection, Jackson conveyed multiple times and tossed for two scores. He was one of 23 Ravens to invest energy on the save/COVID-19 rundown while four unique strains of the infection moved through the association.

“I still can’t really taste or smell, but I’m good,” Jackson said. “I feel good to be back with my guys. It was like two weeks I ain’t seen them.”

Despite the fact that the Ravens actually have about six players on the COVID-19 rundown, the group felt total without precedent for weeks.

“It’s a win we really, really had to have. It was a must-win,” coach John Harbaugh said. “Running game was excellent. That was the key on offense.”

The game was played on Tuesday night since Baltimore’s past game — against Pittsburgh last Wednesday — was pushed back multiple times while the Ravens had in any event one player test positive for 10 sequential days.

Gus Edwards ran for 101 yards on only seven conveys and newbie J.K. Dobbins — who additionally missed time on the COVID-19 rundown — added 71 yards hurrying and a TD to help Baltimore (7-5) break a three-game pallet and remain alive in its journey to come to the postseason for a third consecutive year.

“It’s a success we extremely needed to have. It was an absolute necessity win,” mentor John Harbaugh said. “Running match-up was astounding. That was the key on offense.”

Dallas came in with the most noticeably terrible surge safeguard in the association, and it appeared. The Ravens arrived at the midpoint of 7.9 yards per convey and won notwithstanding getting just 107 yards passing from Jackson.

“I think today was obviously a different challenge than we’ve seen,” Dallas coach Mike McCarthy said. “This is a unique offense. A very physical offensive line and the dynamic of the combination of the running backs and Lamar.”

The last-place Cowboys (3-9) have lost six of seven. Andy Dalton went 31 for 48 for 285 yards and two scores, and Ezekiel Elliott scrambled for 77 yards.

“I thought Andy dealt with the game quite well,” McCarthy said. “We expected to toss some greater punches there and we expected to jump on the board with scores and we didn’t complete that.”

Greg Zuerlein missed three field objective attempts and Dallas yielded 20 straight focuses in the wake of taking a mid 10-7 lead.

The game should highlight Ravens recipient Dez Bryant conflicting with his previous group, yet Bryant left during warmups and was scratched with what Baltimore named “an illness.”

Bryant composed on Twitter that he tried positive for COVID-19 and later posted: “Yea I’m going to go ahead and call it a quit for the rest of the season… I can’t deal with this.”

He along these lines posted a progression of tweets, including, “Yea I’m coming back… I’m being smart.”

Bryant scored 73 scores with the Cowboys from 2010-17. He was endorsed by the Ravens in October and saw his first activity in quite a while, getting four passes in three games.

On his first arrangement following his undesirable week off, Jackson tossed a pass that was tipped and caught. That prompted a Dallas field objective, however Jackson replied with a 37-yard score run on a fourth-and-2 play.

Tony Pollard took the ensuing opening shot 66 yards to set up a 13-yard score pass from Dalton to Michael Gallup. It would be the last time Dallas drove.

A block attempt by Queen set up a 38-yard score pass from Jackson to Miles Boykin for a 14-10 lead.

Jackson’s second TD pass of the game, a 20-yarder in the second from last quarter to Marquise Brown, made it 24-10.

On the off chance that Jackson was corroded or old subsequent to missing a game, it was difficult to tell by his exhibition.

“The one thing you do know about Lamar: You’re going to get everything he’s got,” Harbaugh said. “That’s all you can ask for.”


Baltimore’s Justin Tucker missed a 36-yard field objective in the subsequent quarter, finishing his NFL-record run of 70 straight effective FGs from inside 40 yards. … The Ravens have scrambled for 100 yards in 35 straight games, third-longest streak in NFL history. … Baltimore has prevailed upon nine straight NFC enemies, the longest dynamic streak for one group against the other gathering.


Cowboys: LT Cameron Erving (knee) was latent.

Ravens: Fullback Patrick Ricard left in the second from last quarter with a potential blackout yet returned.


Cowboys: Another street game against an AFC North enemy, at Cincinnati on Sunday.

Ravens: More ideal time activity for Baltimore, against the host Cleveland Browns on Monday night. It’s a rematch of the period opener won by the Ravens, 38-6.

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