The Ravens lost to Washington on Sunday, 16-10. Here are five stats that defined the game, presented by Ruth's Chris.
1) 1-of-6 -- Number of drives for Baltimore in the second half that lasted more than four total plays. Except for the final drive, every Ravens drive in that half was either a three-and-out or the team converted a first down on the drive’s first play, then a three-and-out followed. Stagnation.
2) 39.6 -- The passer rating of Ravens kicker Justin Tucker after his incomplete pass on a failed fake field goal attempt. After lining up as if he were left-footed, Tucker threw a pass in the direction of Crockett Gillmore. It hit off of Washington’s Duke Ihenacho and fell incomplete.
3) 6.2 -- Yards per carry for Baltimore on Sunday -- coming the same week that the team parted ways with veteran running back Justin Forsett. Terrance West narrowly missed his second straight 100-yard rushing game. The problem? They were unable to string that success together into meaningful scoring drives in the second half.
4) 85 -- The number of yards Redskins wide receiver Jamison Crowder returned a punt for a touchdown on Sunday. It is the second-longest punt return ever surrendered by the Ravens. The longest? Cincinnati’s Craig Yeast took one back 86 yards for a touchdown on Nov. 21, 1999.
5) 3-2 -- After losses in back to back weeks, this is now Baltimore’s record on the year. Those losses come after the team began the season 3-0. The Ravens last started 3-2 in 2014. That year, they finished 10-6 and lost to New England in the Divisional round of the playoffs.