Chargers' 34-6 loss to the Baltimore Ravens by the numbers

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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) celebrates with tight end Mark Andrews after catching a third quarter touchdown pass to in an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Chargers, Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Terrance Williams)
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) celebrates with Mark Andrews after the tight end caught a touchdown pass. (Terrance Williams / Associated Press)

Breaking down the notable numbers behind the Chargers' 34-6 loss at the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday:

42

Consecutive games the Ravens’ Lamar Jackson has been responsible for one or more touchdowns.

53

Touchdown passes for Jackson from the red zone in 52 regular-season games, with zero interceptions.

9-0

Record for Jackson in October, the only quarterback since the 1970 merger with five-plus starts and zero losses.

41

Games in which the Ravens have scored at least 20 points in 43 starts by Jackson.

5

Missed point-after-touchdown kicks for the Chargers’ Tristan Vizcaino this season.

20

Games in which Chargers’ quarterback Justin Herbert has at least one touchdown pass in 21 NFL starts.

Summary

CHARGERS 0 6 0 0 — 6

Baltimore 7 10 10 7 — 34

First Quarter

Baltimore — L.Murray 14 run (Tucker kick), 5:12. Drive: 12 plays, 90 yards, 6:39. Key plays: L.Jackson 4 pass to M.Brown on 3rd-and-4, Freeman 16 run, Duvernay 11 run. Baltimore 7, CHARGERS 0.

Second Quarter

Baltimore — Bell 2 run (Tucker kick), 13:24. Drive: 8 plays, 74 yards, 4:55. Key plays: L.Jackson 16 pass to Andrews, L.Jackson 22 run, L.Jackson 21 pass to Andrews. Baltimore 14, CHARGERS 0.

Baltimore — Field goal Tucker 52, 7:03. Drive: 4 plays, 5 yards, 2:06. Key play: L.Jackson 10 pass to M.Brown on 3rd-and-15. Baltimore 17, CHARGERS 0.

CHARGERS — Cook 1 pass from Herbert (kick failed), 4:04. Drive: 2 plays, 27 yards, 00:16. Key plays: White 22 interception return to Baltimore 27, Herbert 26 pass to M.Williams. Baltimore 17, CHARGERS 6.

Third Quarter

Baltimore — Andrews 9 pass from L.Jackson (Tucker kick), 7:39. Drive: 13 plays, 52 yards, 7:21. Key plays: Duvernay kick return to Baltimore 48, L.Jackson 4 pass to Bateman on 3rd-and-3, L.Murray 1 run on 3rd-and-1, L.Jackson 11 pass to Bateman, L.Jackson 2 run on 3rd-and-1. Baltimore 24, CHARGERS 6.

Baltimore — Field goal Tucker 39, 5:02. Drive: 4 plays, -3 yards, 00:53. Baltimore 27, CHARGERS 6.

Fourth Quarter

Baltimore — Freeman 9 run (Tucker kick), 14:55. Drive: 9 plays, 65 yards, 4:45. Key plays: L.Jackson 20 pass to M.Brown, L.Jackson 13 pass to Andrews on 3rd-and-10. Baltimore 34, CHARGERS 6.

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING: CHARGERS, Herbert 2-12, Kelley 4-7, Ekeler 6-7. BALTIMORE, Freeman 9-53, Jackson 8-51, Murray 9-44, Bell 8-18, Duvernay 1-11, Huntley 3-10.

PASSING: CHARGERS, Herbert 22-39-1-195. BALTIMORE, Jackson 19-27-2-167.

RECEIVING: CHARGERS, Allen 5-50, Ekeler 4-48, Cook 4-25, Williams 2-27, Parham 2-10, Guyton 1-15, Palmer 1-8, Jackson 1-7, Nabers 1-6, Anderson 1-(minus 1). BALTIMORE, Andrews 5-68, Brown 4-35, Bateman 4-29, Duvernay 2-15, Murray 2-12, Boykin 1-6, Oliver 1-2.

PUNT RETURNS: CHARGERS, None. BALTIMORE, Duvernay 3-44.

KICKOFF RETURNS: CHARGERS, Hill 3-50, Guyton 2-32. BALTIMORE, Duvernay 2-70.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS: CHARGERS, James 7-1-0, Bosa 5-0-1, Davis 4-1-0, Ogbongbemiga 3-5-0, White 3-5-0, Nwosu 3-2-1, Harris 3-2-0, Covington 3-1-0, Samuel 3-1-0, Joseph 2-2-1, Niemann 2-2-0, Gilman 1-1-0, Cook 1-0-0, Fackrell 1-0-0, Rumph 1-0-0, Marshall 0-1-0, Tillery 0-1-0. BALTIMORE, Averett 5-1-0, Bynes 3-3-0, Clark 3-2-0, Elliott 3-0-1, Stephens 3-0-0, Campbell 2-2-0, Queen 2-1-0, Humphrey 2-0-0, Madubuike 2-0-0, Harrison 1-2-0, Houston 1-1-1, Colon 1-0-0, J.Smith 1-0-0, B.Williams 0-3-0, Board 0-1-0, Murray 0-1-0, Zeitler 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS: CHARGERS, White 2-22. BALTIMORE, Elliott 1-0.

FIELD GOALS MISSED: None.

Officials — Referee Bill Vinovich, Ump Tony Michalek, HL Patrick Holt, LJ Mark Perlman, FJ Joe Blubaugh, SJ Jimmy Buchanan, BJ Jimmy Russell, Replay Mark Butterworth.

Attendance — 70,704.

This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.

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