The Patriots (3-5) may be in the midst of a down season, but there’s a lot to like about their Week 10 “Sunday Night Football” matchup with the Ravens (6-2).

Most notable is the battle between two of the NFL’s best running quarterbacks: Cam Newton and Lamar Jackson.

Jackson, the 2019 MVP and relative new kid on the block, had high praise for Newton, the 2015 MVP who has shown signs of age in his 10th NFL season.

“He’s the O.G.,” Jackson said last week. “He’s Superman.”

Newton was flattered by the praise but said he thinks even higher of Jackson, who with 25 yards rushing on Sunday can join Newton as just the second QB in NFL history to rush for 500 yards in each of his first three seasons.

“For him to be as successful and to make the impact — the big splash in this game — not many people have done it,” Newton said. “I say Michael Vick, I say Lamar. I don’t even think I’m in that stratosphere.”

Sunday night’s game figures to be a low-scoring affair, which means both teams will likely turn to their quarterbacks to make big, unscripted plays to win. The Patriots need to win to stay within shouting distance of the Bills and Dolphins in the AFC East, while the Ravens are still trying to keep pace with the undefeated Steelers in the AFC North.

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Patriots vs. Ravens score

  Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total
Patriots   0 13 10 0 23
Ravens 0 10 7 0 17

Patriots vs. Ravens live updates, highlights from ‘Sunday Night Football’

11:15 p.m. — FINAL: Patriots 23, Ravens 17. Jackson’s pass on fourth and 6 is dropped in the heavy downpour. Newton kneels to end the game.

11:12 p.m. — Patriots punt. Ravens get it at their 17-yard line with 1:05 remaining, no timeouts.

11:07 p.m. — 2-Minute Warning. Patriots have it, third and 7 at their 45-yard line.

11:01 p.m. — Ravens punt. Another bad snap set Baltimore way behind the chains and they can’t convert on third and 13. New England takes over at its 18-yard line with 4:20 to play.

10:54 p.m. — Patriots punt. New England moves the chains a couple of time and is at least able to flip the field back. Baltimore takes over at its 20-yard line, 7:09 left to play in regulation.

10:44 p.m. — Ravens go three-and-out. Baltimore can’t get much going either as Jackson’s pass to Snead on third and 12 comes up a couple yards short. Ravens elect to punt and New England takes over at its 4-yard line after a holding penalty moves it half the distance to the goal, 11:25 left in the fourth quarter.

10:38 p.m. — Patriots go three-and-out. Conditions continue to get uglier and New England can’t get anything going. Baltimore takes over at its 26-yard line, 13:14 to go in the fourth quarter.

10:35 p.m. — END OF 3Q: Patriots 23, Ravens 17. New England has it, second and 12 at its 23-yard line to start the fourth quarter.

10:32 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS. Jackson goes over the middle to Snead for an 18-yard TD to cut it to 23-17 with 8 seconds left in the third quarter.

10:15 p.m. — FIELD GOAL, PATRIOTS. Newton had Meyers open in the end zone on third and goal but his throw bounced short. Folk hits from 20 yards to extend New England’s lead to 23-10 with 6:24 left in the third quarter.

10:07 p.m. — TURNOVER ON DOWNS. A fourth-and-1 near midfield turns into disaster as an errant snap gives New England the ball at the Baltimore 37-yard line, 9:40 remaining in the third quarter.

9:57 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, PATRIOTS. Newton runs it in untouched from 4 yards out. Nice drive for New England to start the half, leading 20-10 with 13:19 left in the third quarter.

9:53 p.m. — We’re back for the second half, New England gets the ball to start the third quarter.

9:38 p.m. — HALF: Patriots 13, Ravens 10. HUGE play by J.C. Jackson to come up with an interception for New England with Baltimore in field goal range at the end of the half. That play preserves the Pats’ lead going into the locker room.

9:29 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, PATRIOTS. Newton throws a backward pass to Jakobi Meyers, who goes over the top to Rex Burkhead in the end zone for a 24-yard score. Nick Folk misses the PAT, New England takes a 13-10 lead with 1:02 remaining in the half.

Meyers was recruited as a QB at NC State before switching to receiver. He looked every bit of a QB there, that’s the best throw of the night.

9:20 p.m. — 2-Minute Warning. Patriots have it, third and 4 at the Ravens’ 45-yard line.

9:14 p.m. — FIELD GOAL, RAVENS. Jackson can’t connect with Mark Andrews on third down (there’s offensive holding on the play anyway, penalty declined). Justin Tucker hits from 24 yards out to put Baltimore up 10-7 with 5:32 left in the first half.

9:00 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, PATRIOTS. Newton hits Rex Burkhead in he flat for a 7-yard TD. Nice answer for New England to tie it up at 7-7 with 11:46 left in the second quarter.

8:51 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS. Jackson dumps it off to Willie Snead IV, who reaches for the pylon for a 6-yard score. Baltimore leads 7-0 with 14:54 left in the second quarter.

8:48 p.m. — END OF 1Q: Patriots 0, Ravens 0. Baltimore has it, first and goal at the New England 6-yard line to start the second quarter.

8:37 p.m. — Patriots punt. Cam Newton takes a sack on third down that moves New England out of field goal range. Ravens get the ball back at their 7-yard line, 7:58 left in the first quarter.

8:27 p.m. — Ravens go three-and-out. New England takes over at its 30-yard line for its first drive, 13:13 left in the first quarter.

8:20 p.m. — Patriots win the toss. They’ll defer and Lamar Jackson will lead the Ravens out for the opening drive.

(All times Eastern)

Patriots vs. Ravens start time

All “Sunday Night Football” games in 2020 have the same start time of 8:20 p.m. ET. There are Sunday night games scheduled for every week of the season except Week 17, though the NFL has the ability to flex a game into a Week 17 “SNF” window.

‘Sunday Night Football’ schedule 2020

Week 1 Sept. 10 (Thu.) Kansas City Chiefs vs. Houston Texans
  Sept. 13 Los Angeles Rams vs. Dallas Cowboys 
Week 2 Sept. 20 Seattle Seahawks vs. New England Patriots
Week 3 Sept. 27 New Orleans Saints vs. Green Bay Packers
Week 4 Oct. 4 San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Week 5 Oct. 11 Seattle Seahawks vs. Minnesota Vikings
Week 6 Oct. 18 San Francisco 49ers vs. Los Angeles Rams
Week 7 Oct. 25 Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals
Week 8 Nov. 1 Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys
Week 9 Nov. 8 Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans Saints
Week 10 Nov. 15 New England Patriots vs. Baltimore Ravens
Week 11 Nov. 22 Las Vegas Raiders vs. Kansas City Chiefs
Week 12 Nov. 29 Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears
Week 13 Dec. 6 Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos
Week 14 Dec. 13 Buffalo Bills vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 15 Dec. 20 Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers
Week 16 Dec. 27 Green Bay Packers vs. Tennessee Titans
Week 17 Jan. 3 TBD

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