FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Andy Balaskovitz for Midwest Energy News:Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s statewide 30 percent clean energy goal by 2025 wouldn’t necessarily expand renewable energy at all — a realization that was slow to reach the public, according to emails released earlier this month in relation to the Flint water crisis.As first reported by ClimateWire last week, a policy brief prepared for the governor’s office suggests that the media had been misreporting Snyder’s energy plan by saying a 30 percent clean energy goal could be met with a combination of renewables and energy efficiency.“If asked: the media has finally figured out that the 30% goal by 2025 language from your energy message that made it into legislation doesn’t actually involve building any more renewables,” according to the email.Full article: Flint emails shed light on Michigan governor’s energy strategy Michigan’s Clean Energy Goals Less Ambitious Than Reported
MORE: Why Lamar Jackson’s mind-boggling numbers should end all NFL MVP debatesJackson became just the second player to have five touchdown passes and more than 90 rushing yards in a single game (Cam Newton, 2015). Baltimore scored touchdowns on its first six possessions and simply manhandled a Los Angeles defense that entered the night ranked 11th in the NFL in points allowed. With the statement victory, the Ravens improve to 9-2 and remain just a game behind the Patriots for the AFC’s No. 1 seed. As for the Rams, they drop to 6-5 and remain in the thick of a murky NFC playoff hunt after suffering the worst loss in the franchise’s history at the L.A. Coliseum. Quarterback Jared Goff struggled mightily, failing to put the Rams in the end zone and finishing the night with two interceptions. Sporting News tracked updates, highlights and score changes of Ravens vs. Rams.Ravens vs. Rams score Q1Q2Q3Q4FRavens141471045Rams06006Ravens vs. Rams live updates, highlights(All times Eastern)Final: Ravens 45, Rams 611:04 p.m. : Baltimore adds on one more interception of Goff to seal the victory. 11:00 p.m .: Ravens will punt. 10:53 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, RAVENS. Justin Tucker knocks through a field goal to extend the lead. Ravens 45, Rams 6.10:43 p.m. : Lamar Jackson’s night is finished and Robert Griffin III is at the controls.QB Robert Griffin III has entered the game.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 26, 201910:39 p.m. : Marcus Peters picks off Jared Goff, notching an interception against his former team. 10:31 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS. Jackson hits Snead again who extends into the end zone for the score for Jackson’s fifth passing touchdown of the night. Ravens 42, Rams 6.We’ve got a Jackson 5! #RavensFlockLamar Jackson has FIVE touchdown passes on #MNF . @Lj_era8 @Willie_Snead4G📺: #BALvsLAR on ESPN📱: NL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/dT6vJde0rP pic.twitter.com/dJc8ZefxCs— NFL (@NFL) November 26, 2019End of third quarter: Ravens 35, Rams 610:21 p.m .: Los Angeles finally got a stop but had 12 men on the field and Baltimore is set to go for it on fourth down after a timeout. 10:03 p.m. : Rams go three-and-out once again. 9:59 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS. Another Lamar Jackson passin touchdown across the middle. It’s a blowout. Ravens 35, Rams 6. It’s the Lamar Jackson Show tonight in LA. #RavensFlock @Lj_era8 connects with @markingram21 and the @Ravens extend their lead, 35-6!📺: #BALvsLAR on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/dT6vJde0rP pic.twitter.com/GazAWDY3A2— NFL (@NFL) November 26, 20199:51 p.m. : The Ravens will start the second half with the ball. Halftime: Ravens 28, Rams 6StatsFirst downs : Ravens 19, Rams 9Total yards : Ravens 251, Rams 99Passing yards : Rams 80, Ravens 78Rushing yards : Ravens 173, Rams 19Penalties : Ravens 4-30, Rams 5-35Time of possession : Ravens 16:23, Rams 13:379:36 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS . Jackson has his third passing touchdown on the day as he hits Willie Snead IV and has yet to see an incomplete pass tonight. Ravens 28, Rams 6.Another @Lj_era8 touchdown pass!He hits @Willie_Snead4G and that’s three first half TDs by Lamar! #RavensFlock📺: #BALvsLAR on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/dT6vJde0rP pic.twitter.com/zg8X1USHCr— NFL (@NFL) November 26, 20199:27 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, RAMS. Baltimore forces a strip-sack on third down and Los Angeles has to settle for another field goal. Ravens 21, Rams 6.9:16 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS. Mark Ingram leaps over the pile for Baltimore’s third score of the evening. Ravens 21, Rams 3.🗣 BIG TRUSS @markingram21 caps off the @Ravens 75-yard drive with a touchdown! #RavensFlock📺: #BALvsLAR on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/dT6vJde0rP pic.twitter.com/WiMPl1YWbu— NFL (@NFL) November 26, 20199:15 p.m .: Big play by Lamar Jackson has the Ravens knocking on the door once again.Lamar Jackson doing Lamar Jackson things. @Lj_era8 sprints for 29 yards! #RavensFlock📺: #BALvsLAR on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/dT6vJde0rP pic.twitter.com/hAA6ZSp20l— NFL (@NFL) November 26, 20199:04 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, RAMS. Greg Zuerlein converts a 32-yard field goal to cap off a 15-play drive. Ravens 14, Rams 3.End of first quarter: Ravens 14, Rams 08:43 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS. So far in the first quarter, the Rams a pair of three-and-outs and the Ravens have a pair of Jackson-to-Brown passing touchdowns. Rams need to find answers on both ends quickly. Ravens 14, Rams 0. Hollywood Brown = SHOWTIME.Second TD of the night for the rookie.(via @NFL ) pic.twitter.com/j8gcizbAQp— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) November 26, 20198:33 p.m.: The Rams offense has its second three-and-out in as many drives to open the game. The Ravens went out west to Los Angeles and battered the Rams 45-6 behind a historic performance from Lamar Jackson on “Monday Night Football.”Baltimore’s MVP-caliber quarterback delivered in a massive way in his Monday night debut, shredding Los Angeles by going 15-of-20 for 169 passing yards and five passing touchdowns while tallying 95 yards on the ground. 8:27 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS. Lamar Jackson hits a wide-open Hollywood Brown on a crossing route for an untouched score. Ravens strike first. Ravens 7, Rams 0.Hollywood scores in Hollywood.The @Ravens get on the board first with a @Lj_era8 six-yard TD pass to Hollywood Brown. @Primetime_jet #RavensFlock📺: #BALvsLAR on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/dT6vJde0rP pic.twitter.com/alM6FKgkzO— NFL (@NFL) November 26, 20198:18 p.m. : Los Angeles’ first drive ends with a three-and-out. 8:15 p.m .: Rams will start with the ball first on their own 25.