Jimmy Garoppolo has played well of late, with passer ratings above 100 in four of his past five games. But he remains turnover-prone, with 10 interceptions and eight fumbles in 11 games.
Tight end George Kittle is Garoppolo’s best receiver with 52 catches on 63 targets for 670 yards. Pro Football Focus grades him the top all-around player at his position. San Francisco ranks 14th in the league in total passing but fifth in yards per attempt, a profile similar to that of the Ravens if not quite as extreme.
Lamar Jackson continues to be a low-volume passer, but he’s thrown with devastating efficiency in recent weeks. Jackson ranks third in the NFL with a passer rating of 111.4 and leads all quarterbacks in ESPN’s QBR statistic. He’s completed 64 of 84 passes with 13 touchdowns and no interceptions over the Ravens’ past four games. The Ravens have three of the best pass blockers in the league in tackles Ronnie Stanley and Orlando Brown Jr. and right guard Marshal Yanda.