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Ravens’ Dominance over the 49ers on Christmas: Brown’s Five Insights

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In a much-anticipated “Monday Night Football” showdown, the Baltimore Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers 33-19 at Levi’s Stadium on Christmas. The Ravens’ 12-3 record cemented their NFL title lead, while the 49ers (11-4) were humbled.

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The game taught 5 lessons

1. Disproving Skeptics:
When national commentators predicted a 49ers win, the Ravens felt insulted as underdogs. This motivated them to perform well. A pre-game motivating speech by inside linebacker Patrick Queen addressed the team’s dissatisfaction at being written off.

2. Lamar Jackson”s MVP Performance:
Quarterback Jackson’s MVP performance included amazing numbers and memorable plays. He showed improvement and experience after earning MVP in 2019 by extending plays and making precise passes.

3. Baltimore Defense:
Kyle Hamilton intercepted Brock Purdy five times for the Ravens, including four. The defense’s performance, given Purdy’s low interception rate before the game, supported the team’s superiority.

4. Next Dolphins Challenge:
The Ravens play the Miami Dolphins in Week 17 on a five-game winning streak and eight-game winning streak. The AFC North championship, No. 1 seed, and first-round bye would be secured with a win in this game, a major regular season success.

5. Health First-Round Off:
Coach John Harbaugh stressed the value of a first-round bye for rest and rehabilitation. Even though some players suffered minor injuries in the game, Harbaugh was optimistic. A shorter Super Bowl path is better for the team’s health.

READ ALSO: Lamar Jackson Has an MVP Performance in San Francisco

Additional Highlights

  • The club made meaningful plays thanks to Tylan Wallace‘s punt return.
  • Though his half-sack streak ended, Justin Madubuike remained important in the pass rush.
  • Jadeveon Clowney provided sustained pressure and the offensive line limited sacks.
  • Jackson went 20-1 against the NFC as a starter.

Lamar Jackson’s talent, the Ravens’ endurance, and a possible first-round bye make their playoff possibilities.

READ ALSO: The Breakdown: Brown’s Five Thoughts on Ravens Handling the 49ers on Christmas

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