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Baltimore Ravens players plan to play video games and watch movies on their flight to London -
When the Baltimore Ravens board their plane to London early Thursday evening, the plan is to get as much sleep as possible on the 7½-hour flight.

The Ravens are due to touch down in England at 8 a.m. local time (although it will still feel like 3 a.m. ET to them), and the players will be on the practice field six hours later.

One of the team's doctors gave the players a presentation on sleep strategy this week, which emphasized getting to bed a half-hour earlier each night. The hope is for everyone to get adjusted to the five-hour time difference in London as quickly as possible as the Ravens prepare for Sunday's meeting with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

numberFire gives Jacksonville Jaguars a 42.4 percent chance of winning -
As we head into Week 3, the Jacksonville Jaguars have a 42.4 percent chance to beat the Baltimore Ravens and a (higher?) 46.9 percent chance of making the playoffs.

That’s according to numberFire, who gives odds and percentage chances in real time for matchups all across sports.

How can you watch the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Baltimore Ravens game? -
The NFL's International Series is back this weekend, as the Jacksonville Jaguars and Baltimore Ravens lock horns under the arch at Wembley.

This will be the fifth time that the Jags have flown over to London for a regular season game, as Fulham owner Shahid Khan's team go looking for their third win on the bounce, following successes against Indianapolis last season and Buffalo the year before.