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7 Jaguars players who stood out in 44-7 win over Ravens

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Baltimore Ravens vs Jacksonville Jaguars Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images

The Jacksonville Jaguars are 2-1 for the first time since 2007.

The last time we made the playoffs was 2007.


This was a complete domination of the Baltimore Ravens in all three aspects. There is very, very little that went wrong and a whole lot that went right today. Who specifically stood out in London? It’s hard to pick just seven players, but here goes:

1. Blake Bortles

It begins and ends with the quarterback. This was quite possibly Bortles’ best day of his career. He went 20-for-31 for 244 yards and four touchdowns. Zero sacks. Zero interceptions. He looked calm in the pocket and was the biggest reason this offense was so effective.

2. Marcedes Lewis

Three touchdowns, Marcedes? THREE?! This was vintage Marcedes as he had the best game statistically of his entire career at 33 years old.

3. The offensive line

Jermey Parnell struggled in the beginning of the game with holding penalties, but when you allow your quarterback enough time throughout the game to not get sacked or throw an interception and you have a day on the ground that’s 31 carries for 111 yards by four different runners, you’ve done a hell of a job.

3. Jalen Ramsey

He allowed two receptions for 11 yards and, I mean... just look at this:

4. A.J. Bouye

No Ravens receiver went for more than 14 yards today and Bouye was a big part of that. And not to be outdone by Ramsey, look at this interception too.

5. Calais Campbell

He continues to be the cream of the crop when it comes to free agency signings from this offseason. 0.5 sacks, two hits on Joe Flacco, and a forced fumble that was recovered by Telvin Smith.

6. Malik Jackson

Combined with Campbell for a sack today and his presence along the interior is a big reason why the Ravens had so many three-and-outs today.

7. Nathaniel Hackett

The offensive gameplan he put together this week was flawless. Don’t leave this playbook in London, okay?