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Glenn Kaplan

Two former Heisman Trophy winners in Kyler Murray and Lamar Jackson would be squaring off against one another on Sunday afternoon in Baltimore. The Baltimore Ravens had a very good offensive day once again as they took down the Arizona Cardinals 23-17.

Lamar Jackson was solid once again for Baltimore. He completed 24-of-37 passes for 272 yards and two touchdowns. Jackson also rushed for 120 yards on 16 carries.

Kyler Murray completed 25-of-40 passes for 349 yards. He rushed for four yards on three carries.

In the first-quarter, Jackson threw a 27-yard touchdown pass to Mark Andrews. He finished with 112 yards receiving on eight carries and a touchdown.

Hayden Hurst caught a 1-yard touchdown pass in the second-quarter for Baltimore to go up 17-6.Marquise Brown eight receptions for 86 yards receiving.

In the fourth-quarter, David Johnson scored on a 1-yard rushing touchdown for Arizona (Kyler Murray to KeeShan Johnson 2-point conversion). KeeShan Johnson caught one pass for 31 yards receiving.

David Johnson rushed for 14 yards on seven carries and a score. He also caught one pass for zero yards receiving.

Christian Kirk was the leading receiver for the Arizona Cardinals with six receptions for 114 yards receiving.

Larry Fitzgerald caught five passes for 104 yards receiving for Arizona.

Justin Tucker had a 51-yard field goal late in the game for Baltimore.

Mark Ingram also rushed for 47 yards on 13 carries. He also caught two passes for 30 yards receiving.

The Baltimore Ravens (2-0) will go on the road and face the Kansas City Chiefs (1-0) next Sunday.

The Arizona Cardinals (0-1-1) will host the Carolina Panthers (0-2) next Sunday.

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