Jacksonville Jaguars vs Baltimore Ravens Live Stream Online TV channel, kickoff Time

Jaguars vs Ravens Live Stream NFL Week 3. The Jaguars (0-2) are down in the dumps and are looking to pull themselves out of a big hole against the Baltimore Ravens (2-0) on Sunday.

Baltimore is coming off a comeback win against the Browns in Cleveland, while the Jaguars were absolutely embarrassed on the West Coast by the San Diego Chargers. This game is as “must win” as it gets for the Jaguars if they hope to even sniff the playoff race. A loss on Sunday would put them at 0-3 and bring head coach Gus Bradley’s record to 12-39.

Time: 1:00 p.m. ET
Broadcasters: Tom McCarthy and Adam Archuleta
Online: NFL Sunday Ticket MAX (subscription required)
Mobile: Verizon NFL Mobile (subscription required)


The Baltimore Ravens are coming off a 5-11 showing in 2015, the first losing campaign under head coach John Harbaugh, who joined the organization in 2008. Two weeks into this season, the club has wins over the Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns.

Many felt this was going to be a breakthrough year for the Jacksonville Jaguars, a franchise that hasn’t been to the playoffs since 2007. This offseason, general manager David Caldwell added the likes of defensive end Malik Jackson and defensive backs Tashaun Gipson and Prince Amukamara. The team added cornerback Jalen Ramsey and linebacker Myles Jack in the draft.

So far it’s added up to losses to the Green Bay Packers (27-23) and San Diego Chargers (38-14). The Jaguars are 0-2 for the fourth time in five seasons and own a dismal 19-63 record since 2011.

But one of their five victories a year ago came against the Ravens at Baltimore, a controversial 22-20 win in Week 10 which saw Jaguars kicker Jason Myers connect on a 53-yard field goal on the final play of the game – which should have never taken place (recap via Fox Sports).

It’s safe to say that the Ravens would like to make amends for that unfortunate loss. This year, veteran quarterback Joe Flacco has been taking advantage of veteran wideouts Steve Smith Sr. and Mike Wallace, as well as tight end Dennis Pitta.

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