Ravens news: Justin Tucker stuns Twitter, updated AFC North standings, more

Ravens, Justin Tucker. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
Ravens, Justin Tucker. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images) /

The Baltimore Ravens lost 13-3 to the Cleveland Browns in Week 15 — here are the hottest news articles surrounding the team.

The painful storyline from the matchup was the Ravens’ lifeless offense that only managed to score three points all game. Greg Roman’s play-calling is partly to blame, but it was just one of those days when nothing went right for Baltimore.

Case in point: Justin Tucker missed not one but two field goals on Saturday, one of which went wide of the goal posts and another which was blocked.

Prior to his miss, Tucker was 22-of-22 under 50 yards this season. Cleveland’s kicker, Cade York, also missed two field goals and finished 2-of-4, so it wasn’t a great day for special teams overall.

Here’s what’s trending in Ravens news around the web

Mark Andrews getting double-teamed more than ever (Clifton Brown, BaltimoreRavens.com)

Wonder why tight end Mark Andrews hasn’t enjoyed a big game in a while this season? The simple answer is: he’s getting double-teamed much more than before.

Andrews’ last touchdown catch came in Week 6 against the New York Giants; heading into Week 15, Andrews averaged just 36 receiving yards in his past six games.

The All-Pro tight end still leads the Ravens in nearly all offensive categories, and he has played a larger role in blocking for the run in recent weeks.

Ravens need Lamar Jackson for playoff run (Todd Karpovich, Sports Illustrated)

Karpovich writes:

"Ravens backup quarterback Tyler Huntley struggles to move the offense. He also makes costly mistakes, such as losing yards instead of throwing the ball away and tossing interceptions inside the red zone."

While Huntley wasn’t the most concerning problem against the Browns, the team desperately missed Lamar Jackson’s usual heroics. The star quarterback could return in time for Week 16 against the Atlanta Falcons.

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