BALTIMORE -- Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards is reaching the end zone at a franchise-record pace.
Edwards powered his way to a 3-yard touchdown late in the second quarter to stake the Ravens to a 14-0 lead over the Seattle Seahawks. With six touchdowns in his past three games, Edwards tied the mark for most TDs in a three-game span in Ravens history. The others to do so are Marcus Robinson (2003) and Willis McGahee (2009).
This was Edwards' second touchdown of the game -- he scored on a 4-yard run earlier in the second quarter --- and his sixth in a span of his past 33 carries. Edwards also set a personal single-season high with his seventh touchdown of 2023.
The Ravens turned to Edwards after starting running back J.K. Dobbins suffered a season-ending Achilles injury in Week 1.
Undrafted rookie Keaton Mitchell broke free in the third quarter for a 40-yard touchdown. The Ravens gained 200 rushing yards for the 27th time since Lamar Jackson joined the team in 2018.