While the Jacksonville Jaguars and Baltimore Ravens haven’t been divisional foes since 2002, this will be the fourth consecutive year the two teams meet, and it is actually a bit of an underrated rivalry.
The two teams will travel across the pond and meet at Wembley Stadium in London for an early 9:30 a.m. EST contest on Sunday.
This year, the two squads are similarly built. Both the Ravens and the Jaguars have invested a lot into their defenses and it is fairly evident that is the side of the ball that will usually need to win games for either team. Offensively, there have been struggles for both clubs, but the running game has strong potential for each. In the passing game, Joe Flacco — despite a somewhat slow start — is head and shoulders above Blake Bortles.
The Ravens bring a 2-0 record, with two divisional wins in the AFC North, to London. The Jaguars are 1-1 with an impressive Week 1 and, well, a pathetic performance in Week 2. What can we expect in Week 3?Let’s see what the series history between the Jaguars and Ravens has to say.