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Ravens vs Falcons : Baltimore Ravens rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson is 2-0 in his first two career starts. He will try to make it three straight wins when they Ravens face the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET.watch free now

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The Ravens (6-5) could win three straight for the first time this season. They would be the No. 6 seed in the AFC if the playoffs began today, but the Ravens need to keep winning to make the postseason.Baltimore holds a 3-2 lead in the all-time series, but the Ravens are 0-2 in Atlanta. The Ravens last faced the Falcons in 2014 and cruised to a 29-7 victory in Baltimore. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco threw for 258 yards and two touchdowns and outside linebacker Terrell Suggs made a tackle in the end zone for a safety. In the Ravens’ last trip to Atlanta in 2010, Baltimore erased a 20-7 fourth-quarter deficit, but lost in the final minute on a 33-yard Roddy White touchdown.

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Jackson has been electrifying and unflappable, handling highs and lows with coolness and winning his first two starts. Flacco practiced on a limited basis Thursday and Friday, fueling more speculation about the Ravens’ quarterback plans for Sunday and beyond. Jackson’s probable start, which would be his first on the road, will offer more insight into his readiness to lead the Ravens the rest of the way.he Ravens have a 1-6 record on the road over the past three seasons in December and January. That has led to them missing the playoffs the past three seasons. A win Sunday would be a positive sign that this Ravens team is built to finish strong.

he is a rookie prone to bouts of inconsistency, because he is a generational athlete who can bend defenses to his will, Lamar Jackson has made every game he’s played something of a guessing game: Just what will the Ravens quarterback do next?

So far, he has experienced defeat as a backup and won as a starter, thrown for touchdowns and botched handoffs. He has completed deep bombs down the sideline and stared down receivers in triple coverage. He has run quarterback draws, read options and end-arounds. He’s lined up as a receiver, even gotten open in the end zone. He has done seemingly everything on offense but line up at guard and try pancaking a 300-bound behemoth.

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