Studs and duds from Ravens 20-10 win over Chargers in Week 12

The Ravens’ defense was dominant, holding the Chargers to 279 yards of offense on 69 plays, while star quarterback Lamar Jackson was 18-32 passing, for 177 yards and one passing touchdown, as Baltimore entered the bye week 9-3 and atop the AFC.

Jackson became the 4th quarterback in NFL history to eclipse 5,000 yards rushing in a career, joining Michael Vick, Cam Newton, and Russell Wilson.

Baltimore allowed less than 300 yards and sacked Chargers QB Justin Herbert thrice while holding an explosive offense to 10 points on the night.

With the team off for several days, here are the studs and duds from the Ravens’ 20-10 win.

Kyle Hamilton

Hamilton logged 6 tackles, 2 tackles for loss and 1 pass defended.

Stud--Justin Madubuike

The star defensive tackle had 1 tackle, another sack, pushing his total to ten on the season, and 3 QB hits.

Stud--Patrick Queen

Queen racked up six total tackles, three defensive stops, one forced fumble, and even forced an incompletion in coverage.  Queen added two quarterback hurries on the night.

Stud--Keaton Mitchell

Keaton Mitchell has quickly established himself as the most talented running back on the Ravens roster.

The undrafted rookie running back out of ECU logged nine carries for 64 yards and four first downs. According to PFF, Mitchell forced three missed tackles and averaged 5.6 yards after contact per rush attempt on the first review.

Stud--Zay Flowers

Flowers scored twice in this game, once as a receiver and once as a rusher.

The rookie caught all five catchable targets for 25 yards per PFF, averaging 5.4 yards after the catch per reception on the night. He forced three missed tackles, one as a receiver and two as a runner.

Stud--Lamar Jackson

Jackson completed 18 of 32 passes for 177 yards and ran for 39 on 11 carries, becoming the fourth quarterback in NFL history to exceed 5,000 rushing yards.

Stud--Todd Monken

Todd Monken is starting to hit his groove, and his run-pass balance was outstanding with 197 yards rushing and 177 passing.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire