Watch Baltimore Ravens vs Jacksonville Jaguars Live Streaming nfl Ravens vs Jaguars online Football On Sunday, 25, September, 2016 Week 3, TV apps for PC, iPad, iPhone, Mac, Android, So many people wants to know, nfl games online 2016 Live Stream on and So many devices.
How To Watch Baltimore Ravens vs Jacksonville Jaguars Live match online. This page is the correct place to watch it. You can watch a live online stream of Preseason 2016: Search Results Live right here.
Event : NFL 2016 Live
Team : Baltimore Ravens vs Jacksonville Jaguars
Game day : Sunday, September 25, 2016 NFL Schedule: Week 3
Time: 1:00p ET/FOX
Status : Live/Repeat
The Jacksonville Jaguars (0-2) are coming from a 38-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers in Week 2. Blake Bortles completed 31 of 50 passes for 329 yards and two touchdowns against two interceptions, and led in rushing with 34 yards in three attempts. TJ Yeldon rushed for 28 yards in seven attempts. In the receiving end, Marqise Lee posted 75 yards and five receptions while Julius Thomas added 71 yards in four catches. Allen Hurns contributed 64 yards in five receptions.
With a backstory like that, it’s no surprise that most experts are divided over Sunday’s rematch between these two teams. The Ravens are currently 2-0, winning both games by one possession. Mike Wallace has been the biggest addition to the team, catching seven passes for 132 yards and three touchdowns in two games.
The Jaguars allowed a whopping 38 points to the San Diego Chargers last week and could have trouble stopping Joe Flacco and the Ravens’ downfield passing attack. A couple of injures may compound Jacksonville’s defensive problems, as cornerback Prince Amukamara and strong safety Johnathan Cyprien missed practice Wednesday.
For Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley, time is running out. He’s 12-38 in Jacksonville and could get dismissed if his team lays another egg. Third-year quarterback Blake Bortles has done a lot of that so far, throwing three interceptions in two games.
But Jacksonville still has more than enough talent on offense to take advantage of a relatively weak Ravens secondary. Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns are two of the best young receivers in football — though Robinson missed practice with an illness this week — and Chris Ivory returned to practice this week for the first time this season as well.
This is a tough game to project. Out of the seven ESPN experts who have submitted their picks, four are siding with the Jaguars and three are picking Baltimore. Six of the eight CBS analysts are picking Jacksonville to get its first win of the season.