10. Baltimore Ravens (2-0)
Second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson didn’t have the historic performance in Week 2 that he had in Week 1, but the Louisville product still had himself another stellar showing. Jackson threw for 272 yards and two touchdowns to go along with 120 yards on the ground. He continues to show that he’s one, if not the most dynamic quarterback in the NFL.
The Ravens grabbed themselves an early lead in this game and never surrendered it, despite the Cardinals threatening in the fourth quarter. Still, the Ravens were able to force two three-and-outs on Arizona’s final two drives and eventually sealed the deal to start the season 2-0.
While Baltimore allowed Kyler Murray to throw for 349 yards, the Ravens hit him nine times and held Arizona to just 20 rushing yards the entire game.
Baltimore’s offense is looking good after two games, but both of these games have been against lackluster defenses. Week 3 presents another matchup against a questionable defense in the Kansas City Chiefs. Regardless, Jackson and the Ravens offense will still be tested because it’ll take a good amount of scoring to beat what is arguably the best offense in the NFL.