Instant analysis of Ravens dominating 37-3 win over Seahawks in Week 9

The Ravens were looking to make a statement on Sunday, and the Baltimore defense dominated a potent Seattle offense all afternoon.

John Harbaugh’s team held a 17-3 first-half lead after sacking Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith four times in the first half.

Baltimore went on to score 20 more unanswered points, while another offensive weapon broke out in a major way.

With a huge rematch against Cleveland slated for next week, here’s an instant analysis of the win.

Gus Bus has been strong

Edwards only had 5 rushes, but he logged 52 yards and two touchdowns. Edwards was just coming into his own, but will likely lose snaps to Keaton Mitchell.

Seahawks defense folded

The Seahawks entered the Ravens game with a Top-10 offense (4th by success rate) and a top-10 defense (9th by success rate)/

Seattle got down 30-3 and the defense allowed Baltimore to rack up 515 total yards, including 298 yards on the ground.

Keaton Mitchell is a star

After finally getting some key snaps in game action, Mitchell logged 9 carries for 138 yards and one touchdown, outrushing Gus Edwards and Justice Hill combined.

Baltimore has a great problem at the position going forward.

Lamar Jackson

Jackson was an efficient 21-26 passing, for 187 yards and a 96.6 rating. Jackson also carried the football 10 times for 60 yards.

Ravens defense

The Ravens held the explosive Seahawks offense to 6 total first downs, 1-12 on third downs, and 151 total yards.

Ravens defensive line

Baltimore was dominant up front and Justin Madubuike led the charge with 4 tackles, 1 sacks, 2 tackles for loss and 1 QB Hit.

Jadevon Clowney had 3 tackles and two passes defended, while Kyle Van Noy had two tackles, and two sacks on the day.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire