Ravens rout Seahawks 37-3 behind defense and Keaton Mitchell's big day

Keaton Mitchell ran for 138 yards and his first NFL touchdown, Odell Beckham Jr. scored for the first time since the Super Bowl two seasons ago and the Baltimore Ravens routed another first-place team in beating the Seattle Seahawks 37-3. Gus Edwards ran for two touchdowns for the Ravens, who remained tied for the best record in the AFC after holding an opponent to nine points or fewer for the fourth time this season. Lamar Jackson threw for 187 yards and ran for 60 before sitting out the fourth quarter. The Seahawks managed only six first downs and were outgained 515-151.