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Wild Card weekend of the 2019 NFL playoffs will feature a marquee AFC Wild Card Game on Sunday, January 6, 2019 (1/6/19) when the Los Angeles Chargers take on the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.
The Ravens are led by head coach John Harbaugh, quarterback Lamar Jackson and pass rusher Terrell Suggs. Baltimore captured the AFC North and No. 4 seed in the AFC with a 10-6 record.
The Chargers are led by head coach Anthony Lynn, quarterback Philip Rivers, and pass rusher Joey Bosa. Los Angeles is the No. 5 seed in the AFC, and finished with a 12-4 regular season record.
This will be a tough environment for the Chargers, in Anthony Lynn’s first playoff game as a head coach. Lamar Jackson will be the youngest quarterback to ever start a playoff game. He’ll perform well, but Philip Rivers gets the edge. Chargers 21, Ravens 20.
The timing of this game hurts the Chargers. Drawing the early Sunday start, Los Angeles may be battling the time difference and the Ravens. This game will come down to stopping the run for both teams. While Philip Rivers put together an impressive season, this game will be about controlling the clock. If the Chargers can get up early, the Ravens will lose some luster in their impressive rushing attack. However, I don’t see that happening as Baltimore’s defense is phenomenal. Ravens 16, Chargers 14.
In what turned out to be a Wild Card preview, the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 22-10 in Week 16. With both teams coming off wins in the final week of the regular season, the Ravens look to repeat their success two weeks ago on Sunday afternoon at M&T Bank Stadium.
For Baltimore to be successful, they will have to utilize the same gameplan from their win, when they held Los Angeles to a season-low 198 yards. The Chargers averaged 384.3 yards per game over the course of the regular season and are a force to be reckoned with on offense. Baltimore will look to their best defenders, including cornerback Jimmy Smith, who is the first Ravens player since Corey Graham in 2013 with multiple interceptions in a single game.
However, the Chargers are still coming in with a savvy veteran at quarterback in Phillip Rivers. He set his second-highest completion percentage mark this year, completing 68.3 percent of his throws. Rivers’ career postseason completion percentage is 60.3 percent, lower than all but two of his 15 career seasons. Behind Rivers, the Chargers scored on 42.5 percent of its drives this year, the fifth most in the league. It’s the highest percentage and league rank in that category since 2013, when Los Angeles’ scored on 44.9 percent of their drives, ranking second.
Baltimore will enter the game with their own solid quarterback in Lamar Jackson, who has been among the league’s best in recent weeks. Since Jackson became the starter in Week 11, Baltimore has averaged 229.6 rushing yards per game — no team has ever averaged more yards per game after Week 11.
Both teams head into Sunday riding hot streaks. The Ravens won the last four home games of the year for an overall 6-2 record. In the last game, however, Baltimore allowed 426 yards, the most in a home game since Oct. 11, 2015. Los Angeles ended the regular season winning six consecutive road games, tied for the second-longest streak in team history. Sunday’s game should be a closely contested matchup.
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The Chargers may have been successful in limiting Jackson as a runner, but the Ravens still finished with 159 rushing yards in that Week 16 win. Fellow rookie Gus Edwards led the way with 92 yards on 14 carries (6.6 ypc) as Baltimore showed it’s more than just Jackson who can get the job done on the ground. In fact, the Ravens enter this game second in the NFL in rushing at 152.6 yards per game. But that number has ballooned to 229.5 over the last seven contests or all the games Jackson started. So while Los Angeles can take some solace in that it “limited” Baltimore’s total damage on the ground in the first meeting that task will be just as difficult the second time, especially if Jackson is able to get loose a time or two. The Chargers will need to make sure their ninth-ranked rushing defense (105.8 ypg) plays up to its potential.
It’s never easy to beat an NFL team twice in the same season, a task made more difficult for the Ravens against a Chargers squad that has thrived on the road. Los Angeles is also one of the most complete teams in the league, excelling on both sides of the football. And that is exactly what the Chargers will need to do on Sunday to pull off the upset — excel on both sides of the football. This is something they failed to do in the 22-10 home loss to Baltimore in Week 16. The Ravens held Los Angeles to a season-low 198 total yards, effectively shutting down both Philip Rivers and Melvin Gordon, who was coming back from a three-game absence due to a knee injury. That game also marked the only time that the Chargers failed to score at least 20 points. Expect Los Angeles to put up more points this time around, but it won’t be enough to come away with the win. Baltimore’s defense is simply too strong, particularly in the trenches, and the Ravens have the benefit of home-field advantage.