If Week 3 of the preseason is viewed as an important test, then the Baltimore Ravens have passed it with flying colors. Last night they hammered the Jacksonville Jaguars 48-17 in one of the most lopsided preseason contests in franchise history.
Baltimore's 48 points are the most the franchise has ever scored in the preseason. And unlike the preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons, this game was never close. The Ravens' starters hammered the Jags' starters, as they were up 20-3 when Joe Flacco and company left the field.
It's tempting to focus mostly on the positive from games like these. After all, it's rare that a franchise will dominate so much in a preseason game, and there's a lot of players who deserve credit for the margin of victory.
Here in this recap, though, let's try to separate the good from the bad and see which Ravens were winners and losers from an individual standpoint Thursday night.