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In the thick of the playoff hunt at 5-5 http://www.ravenscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-michael-crabtree-jersey , the Baltimore Ravens hosted the 2-8 Oakland Raiders for Lamar Jackson’s second NFL start.Baltimore won the toss, choosing to defer. Despite starting at their own 19-yard line, Oakland was able to drive down the field for an 81-yard scoring drive to open the game. Running back Doug Martin scored the touchdown. It was originally ruled a fumble recovered by C.J. Mosley.The Raiders led 7-0 to start the day.The Ravens answered back with a 47-yard field goal. Following punts from both teams, Baltimore took it’s first lead of the day when Cyrus Jones returned a punt for a 70-yard touchdown, making the score 10-7. The Ravens extended their lead on their next possession with a 28-yard field goal after Jackson hit tight end Mark Andrews wide open for a 74-yard gain. On Baltimore’s next possession, Jackson threw his first interception of the game. Jackson’s pass was intended for wide receiver John Brown but the ball was tipped twice before being hauled in by safety Reggie Nelson. The Raiders converted a field goal off of the turnover, making the score 13-10.Unfortunately for Jackson, he would throw another interception on the following drive. After driving down the field, Jackson’s pass to Michael Crabtree in the end zone was tipped and intercepted by safety Marcus Gilchrist. The Ravens entered halftime with a three-point lead.Jackson responded well to start the second half Cheap C.J. Mosley Jersey , leading the offense on a 75-yard scoring drive. Jackson ran the ball in for the five-yard touchdown, extending the lead to 20-10.Oakland wasn’t down for long, however. Quarterback Derek Carr led a touchdown drive of his own to cut the lead back down to three. Tight end Jared Cook was wide open for the 16-yard touchdown catch.Jackson answered back with yet another touchdown drive of his own. The drive ended with an eight-yard touchdown pass to Crabtree. After three-and-outs from each offense, Baltimore finally forced a turnover on defense after failing to do so for several games. Matthew Judon stripped the ball from Carr, which was recovered by Terrell Suggs and returned it for a 43-yard touchdown, extending the lead to 34-17.Judon was not finished for the day, notching two more sacks on the following two plays. The Ravens were able to milk the clock on offense afterwards, including a 39-yard run by Jackson. Jackson finished the day with 14/25 for 178 passing yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Jackson also rushed for 79 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries. Running back Gus Edwards proved that last week was not a fluke as he rushed for 118 yards on 23 carries. Ty Montgomery rushed for 51 yards on eight carries as well. With Joe Flacco potentially returning to practice this week, it remains unclear if Jackson will remain the starter after winning two games in a row. Baltimore improves to 6-5 and now travels to Atlanta to face the Falcons and keep their playoff hopes alive. On Take it to the Bank’s Week 7 recap episode, Vasilis Lericos and I discussed several players around the league that the Ravens could potentially trade for before the deadline. Baltimore is competing for the AFC North crown or possibly a wild-card spot http://www.ravenscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-alex-collins-jersey , but they still have a couple of holes on their roster that could hinder their post-season chances. Baltimore’s offensive line has struggled in run-blocking, while they also continue to struggle to match up with opposing tight ends. With the trade deadline is quickly approaching, one team that is undoubtedly in ‘sell mode’ is the Oakland Raiders. They recently traded wide receiver Amari Cooper to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for a first-round pick. Reports have also suggested that Oakland may not be done trading. Below are two players Baltimore could target from the Raiders. 1. C Rodney Hudson, Oakland RaidersThere have not been any reports of the Raiders shopping Hudson, but they are in fire-sale mode. Oakland is not competing for the playoffs this year, and they are seemingly willing to give up almost any player on their roster for draft picks. The Ravens are expected to get a third-round compensatory selection due to the loss of Ryan Jensen, but they do not have their 2019 second-round pick. With that in mind, Baltimore could entice Oakland with a third-round pick and potentially a player for Hudson, who is currently Pro Football Focus’ third-best center. With Matt Skura struggling immensely, the Ravens could make this move to upgrade their offensive line immediately. Hudson will be a free agent in 2020, and his cap hit this season is only $2 Brandon Williams Jersey ,782,000. Since the Ravens will be trading for him, they will have to pay a little over $500,000 for him this season. Next year, Baltimore would have to pay him $8,250,000. As for the player the Ravens could throw in, one option is Tyus Bowser as the Raiders need help at the edge-rusher position. Although Tyus Bowser has not gotten off to the start many had hoped he would, all hope is not lost. He could very well emerge as a solid edge-rusher in the NFL, but if the Ravens are truly in a win-now mode, they could take advantage of their depth and move him to improve their offensive line. Compensation: OLB Tyus Bowser and a 2019 third-round pick2. S Karl Joseph Cheap Joe Flacco Jersey , Oakland RaidersUnlike Hudson, Joseph is reportedly on the trading block. He will command a late day two or early day three pick, which the Ravens could afford to trade. Joseph is a versatile safety, who has some inconsistencies in coverage, but he would be a definite upgrade over Tony Jefferson in that area. Joseph could help solve Baltimore’s struggles against tight ends. The Ravens have allowed 439 yards to tight ends, which is the ninth most in the league. Joseph has not been the playmaker draft analysts anticipated him to be, but he could still help improve the Ravens’ highly ranked defense. Contractually, Joseph is still playing under his rookie deal. He would be a cheap addition for this season and 2019, but Baltimore would have to make a decision on his fifth-year option this offseason.Compensation: Fifth-round pick

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