Baltimore Sun Sunday - - SPORTS - By Childs Walker

Rookie quar­ter­back La­mar Jack­son de­liv­ered his best pass­ing game of the sea­son in last Satur­day’s win over the Los An­ge­les Charg­ers, com­plet­ing 12 of 22 at­tempts for 204 yards and a timely 68-yard touch­down to fel­low rookie Mark An­drews. An­drews, who’s av­er­ag­ing 16.6 yards a catch, has caught the two long­est passes of Jack­son’s ca­reer. The Ravens’ wide re­ceivers, on the other hand, are still search­ing for their con­nec­tion with Jack­son. |

De­spite a few er­ror-plagued per­for­mances, quar­ter­back Baker May­field has lived up to his sta­tus as the No. 1 over­all pick in the 2018 draft. In the Browns’ past five vic­to­ries, he’s thrown 13 touch­down passes against just one in­ter­cep­tion. With May­field lead­ing the way, Cleve­land’s of­fense has been the sec­ond-most ef­fi­cient in the league over the past six weeks, ac­cord­ing to the an­a­lyt­ics web­site Foot­ball Out­siders. Slot spe­cial­ist Jarvis Landry leads the Browns with 76 catches for 874 yards.

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