Baltimore is playing overseas for the second time in Ravens history
In their fifth consecutive London game and already super into international football then, the Jacksonville Jaguars dominated the Baltimore Ravens with a 44-7 victory back in 2017.
It was only the first time the Flock had played in the United Kingdom, and they clearly paid for their inexperience and their naivety.
The Jaguars' defense forced three consecutive three-and-outs, Blake Bortles led scoring drives, A.J. Bouye's interception set up a touchdown, and the Jaguars looked like they were never going to stop scoring points on that fateful morning.
This weekend, the second-timer Ravens will go against the Titans, which are also playing in London for the second time in franchise history after doing so in Oct. 2021 when they faced the Los Angeles Chargers at Wembley Stadium.
The Titans also dropped their London debut, falling 20-19 to the Chargers.