NFL: Baltimore Ravens überrollen Los Angeles Chargers – Sport-Mix

The Baltimore Ravens (5-1) continue their run of success in Week 6 of the NFL and end with a surprisingly clear 34-6 win at the same time that of the Los Angeles Chargers (4-2).

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson leads his team with a total of 218 yards (167 passing, 51 yards) and a thrown touchdown, which is faced by two interceptions, for the fifth win in a row.

With Devonta Freeman, Latavius ​​Murray and Le’Veon Bell, three different Ravens running backs each deliver a rushing touchdown.

Chargers playmaker Justin Herbert catches a used day, throws for 195 passing yards, a touchdown and an interception. Chargers linebacker Kyzir White manages to intercept two passes from Lamar Jackson, but his team can ultimately make too little of the two turnovers.

Chiefs with an important victory

The Kansas City Chiefs (3-3), 2-3 before this Sunday, pull their heads out of the loop again and defeat the Washington Football Team (2-4) with 31:13.

Washington keeps the game open for a long time, which is also due to the fact that Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes throws two interceptions in the first half. Kansas City turned the game around later. Mahomes leads his team to an important victory with 397 passing yards, 31 rushing yards and two passing touchdowns.

Packers continue their triumphant advance

The Green Bay Packers (5-1) remain with only one loss, which they lost to the New Orleans Saints in week one. Division rivals Chicago Bears (3-3) cannot stop Aaron Rodgers and Co. on Sunday either. Green Bay wins by 24:14.

Packers playmaker Aaron Rodgers got 195 passing yards and two touchdowns, while rookie quarterback Justin Fields, on the other hand, got a touch with 174 passing yards, a touchdown and an interception.


Vikings ringen Panthers in Overtime nieder

The Minnesota Vikings (3-3) defeat the Carolina Panthers (3-3) in a real “nail biter” with 34:28 overtime.

Carolina makes the game really exciting again seconds before the end of the game, balancing the game with a touchdown and a successful two-point conversion. The Vikings then try to plow the field again to win the game with a field goal. However, kicker Greg Joseph failed his nerves from 46 yards.

In extra time, however, the Vikings do better, Minnesota quarterback Kirk Cousins ​​(373 passing yards, 3 touchdowns) leads his team down the field and decides the game with a touchdown pass to KJ Osborn.


Rams show off Giants

The Los Angeles Rams (5-1) celebrate a clear 38:11 victory at the New York Giants (1-5). After it initially looks as if the Giants could deliver a fight to the Rams, Los Angeles gradually pulls away as the game progresses.

Quarterback Matthew Stafford (251 passing yards) gave the Rams four passing touchdowns, two of them to Cooper Kupp, and threw an interception. Giants playmaker Daniel Jones (242 passing yards) caught a horror day with three interceptions and no touchdown. With Taylor Rapp and Xavier McKinney, two safetys from both teams each catch two interceptions.

Blowout wins for Colts and Bengals

The Indianapolis Colts (2-4) have the upper hand in the AFC South duel with the Houston Texans (1-5), defeating their division rivals in a blowout win with 31: 3. Colts playmaker Carson Wentz throws for 223 yards and two touchdowns. Running back Jonathan Taylor brings 145 rushing yards and two more touchdowns onto the pitch.

The Cincinnati Bengals (4-2) once again show that they have to be reckoned with in the fight for a playoff spot this year and sweep the still winless Detroit Lions (0-6) in a one-sided game with 34:11. Bengals QB Joe Burrow delivers three passing touchdowns and one interception at 271 yards thrown.

Jaguars finally with their first win of the season

The Jacksvonville Jaguars (1-5) and the Miami Dolphins (1-5) faced each other in London early on Sunday afternoon. First-year head coach Urban Meyer and number 1 draft pick Trevor Lawrence celebrated their first career wins in the NFL in England, defeating the Dolphins in a close game 23:20.

Lawrence delivers an almost flawless game, throws for 319 yards and a touchdown, in the closing stages the former Clemson quarterback puts his team in the field goal range twice, kicker Matthew Wright shoots Jacksonville to victory from there. The Jaguars lost 20 games in a row before that.

At the Dolphins, Tua Tagovailoa returns to the lineup after an injury break, the quarterback throws for 329 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.





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