Panthers vs Ravens Preview | Carolina Blitz

The Carolina Panthers made their way in Week 11 to take on the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Baltimore is the Panthers’ third of four AFC North opponents this season.

The Panthers go into the week with a 3-7 record after beating NFC South opponents the Atlanta Falcons 25-15. Carolina is now improving to 3-1 within the division after beating all NFC South teams once.

The Ravens go into Week 11 with a record of 6-3 and at the top of the AFC North Division after a bye week. Baltimore is 2-0 this season against the NFC South after beating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints.

This is only the teams seventh meeting of the regular season and only their third meeting in Baltimore. The Panthers lead the overall series after winning four of the six matchups.

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About Carolina

  • The Carolina Panthers rushed for a season-high 232 rushing yards. This is the first time the team has rushed for at least 200 yards at home since 2019, when the team threw for 285 yards against the Jacksonville Jaguars (6/10/19).
  • As of Week 7, the Panthers and Chicago Bears are the only two teams in the NFL to rush for at least 600 yards and score 7 rushing touchdowns.
  • In Week 10, running back D’Onta Foreman broke the century mark for the third time in four weeks, finishing the game for 130 yards on 31 carries and one touchdown (4.2 ypc). His 31 carries are the most by a Panther running back since Nick Goings rushed 33 times in Tampa Bay (12/26/04).
  • The Panthers’ defense posted a season-high 5.0 sacks against the Falcons, which ranked third-highest of any team in Week 10. The last time the Panthers recorded at least five sacks in a game was against the New York Jets in the 2021 season opener (9/12/21).
  • Linebacker Frankie Luvu posted career-best sacks (2.0) and total tackles
    (12) at Week 10. Luvu’s three sacks this season is the most sacks he has posted in one season (2018). After two lost tackles, Luvu now ranks 11th overall in the league with nine lost tackles in the season.
  • Cornerback Jaycee Horn recorded his third career interception when he defeated Falcons quarterback Marcus Mariota in the second quarter. Horn has recorded all three of his interceptions at home and against NFC South opponents. Horn has two interceptions this season, level on points with cornerback Donte Jackson.

About Baltimore

  • Baltimore is 14-1 against the NFC in games started by QB Lamar Jackson, who played (but didn’t start) with Carolina during his 2018 rookie season (the Ravens fell 36-21). With Coach Harbaugh at the helm (since 2008), the Ravens are 22-7 at home to the NFC.
  • Behind a stifling defense that allowed just 243 yards (including 48 rushing), the Ravens beat the host Saints 27-13 in a Week 9 of Monday Night football. Baltimore amassed 188 rushing yards of their own, surpassing 150 for the eighth straight game.
  • Running back Kenyan Drake led the attack with 93 rushing yards and 2 TDs, while Lamar Jackson added 82 on 11 attempts (7.5 average) and also completed 12 of 22 passes for 133 yards and 1 TD (24 yards to TE Isaiah Likely). ).
  • Linebacker Justin Houston had 2.5 sacks and 1 INT to win AFC Defensive
    Player of the week honors while cornerback Marlon Humphrey registered one
    Team high 7 tackles, 1 PD and 1 sack. Baltimore limited the Saints to 3 of 11 in third place and 0 of 2 in the red zone.
  • The Ravens’ defense has registered 19 sacks in their last five games (five since week), tying Tennessee for the NFL’s fifth-most since.
  • Baltimore boasts the NFL’s No. 2 rushing attack, entering its 11th week. In nine contests, the Ravens averaged 168.1 ground yards per game and 5.52 yards per carry, which is also No. 2 in the league.
  • The Ravens have rushed for at least 150 yards in eight straight games, making it the fifth-longest streak during the Super Bowl era (since 1966).


  • Panthers WR DJ Moore played in Maryland from 2015-2017.
  • Panthers TE Ian Thomas hails from Baltimore, MD where he attended Digital Harbor HS.
  • Ravens RB Mike Davis played in South Carolina from 2012 to 2014.
  • Ravens TE Isaiah likely competed at Coastal Carolina from 2018-2021.
  • Ravens offensive line coach Joe D’Alessandris played for Western Carolina from 1973-1977, where he later became an assistant from 1977-1978. He was recently inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2018. D’Alessandris also coached at Duke from 1997 to 2001.
  • Ravens outside linebackers coach Rob Leonard played at North Carolina State from 2008-2009. He then served as a coach at Cardinal Gibbons HS (Raleigh, NC) in 2009 and at North Carolina State from 2010-2012.
  • Ravens football analyst Jason Brooks coached the defensive line at Charleston Southern from 2019-2020.
  • Randy Brown, coach of the Ravens special teams, was the letterman placekicker for Catawba College for four years from 1985 to 1988.

Panthers vs Ravens

All-Time Series: A total of 6 pairings | Carolina leads the series 4-2

Last regular season game: 10/28/18 | Baltimore 21 vs. Carolina 36

Series record at the venue: Carolina and Baltimore shared the Baltimore series, each winning a game.

how to watch

Kicking off: 1 p.m. ET FOX — Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez, Laura Okmin

Live broadcast:

Radio: WRFX 99.7FM in Charlotte market; On The Call: Anish Shroff, Jake Delhomme, Luke Kuechly, Kristen Balboni, Jim Szoke

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