The Ravens acknowledge they need to do a better job protecting quarterback Lamar Jackson.

The reigning MVP has been under consistent pressure for most of the season.

In a 34-20 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 3, Jackson was sacked four times and endured five quarterback hits.

The Ravens’ right side of the offensive line with rookie guard Tyre Phillips and tackle Orlando Brown Jr. appears to be the most vulnerable.

“They beat us. They outexecuted us. They out-game-planned us,” Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. “They just beat us. So, that’s the story tonight. Big picture stuff [and] all that, I don’t know. They’re better, obviously. They’re a better football team at this point in time. So, you win, or you learn, and we have a lot to learn from this game right here.”

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