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Ravens head coach John Harbaugh reacts to Baltimore’s blowout win over Rams

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The Baltimore Ravens imposed their will on Monday night as they defeated the Los Angeles Rams in convincing fashion. Right after the game, John Harbaugh reacted to his team’s blowout win over the Rams.

Harbaugh, who won a Super Bowl during the 2012 season, understands that a winner isn’t crowned in Week 12 of the regular season. Even though, his Ravens team is looking every bit of being a Super Bowl contender after Monday night’s tantalizing victory.

From the beginning of the game, Baltimore was able to effectively run the ball. At the end of the game, the Ravens finished with 285 rushing yards on 48 attempts and a touchdown.

Above all, Lamar Jackson and Mark Ingram dominated the Rams’ defense en route to a 45-6 win over Los Angeles. Jackson got to sit in the fourth quarter after throwing for 169 yards and five touchdowns in the first three quarters.

In addition, Jackson was unstoppable with his legs, galloping his way to 95 yards on eight attempts on the ground. To put the cherry on top, the Ravens’ revamped defense held Los Angeles to only 221 yards of offense and zero touchdowns.

Without a doubt, the Ravens are the hottest team in the NFL right now and they’re getting hot at the perfect time of the year. With the win on Monday night, Baltimore has won their last three games by an average of 36.3 points.

There are still five weeks remaining in the regular season, but it’s hard not to believe that this Ravens team could represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. On top of that, there’s a chance that we will see a preview of the Super Bowl in Week 13 when the Ravens square off against the San Francisco 49ers.