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Vote for your favorite highlight from the Ravens Week 6 victory!

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The Ravens got back into the win column on Sunday, defeating the Titans 21-0. It was a wire-to-wire victory against a fellow AFC playoff hopeful. Tennessee didn’t look the part on Sunday, but they have earned impressive wins over Jacksonville and Philadelphia earlier this season.

Baltimore's defense pitched a shutout and recorded a whopping 11 sacks. While it wasn’t the prettiest offensive outing, there were several highlight plays throughout the afternoon, including three offensive touchdowns.

Check out all the best plays from Week 6 and vote for your favorite below!

Michael Crabtree 4-yard touchdown: Wide receiver Michael Crabtree got the Ravens on the board early, snagging an impressive touchdown reception on Baltimore’s opening drive. It was Crabtree’s first touchdown since Week 1 and his second on the season. He did a good job creating separation from the opposing cornerback and prevented the Ravens from settling for a field goal.

Alex Collins 13-yard touchdown: Collins kept things rolling early in the second quarter, rushing for his first of two touchdowns on the day. Following his blockers, Collins zagged past defenders and burst through an open running lane to cross the goal line. It put the Ravens up 14-0 and capped off a seven play, 52-yard drive.

Terrell Suggs Sack: The Titans were looking to get on the board late in the second half, but “T-Sizzle” wanted no part of it. Suggs set the edge and broke outside in pursuit of Mariota, bringing him down with the help of Willie Henry. It was his only sack of the day, but brought his season total to 4.5. Shoutout to Suggs, Henry and Matthew Judon for breaking out the celebratory dance moves.

Michael Crabtree 20-yard reception: Crabtree’s big first half performance continued late in the second quarter. With the Ravens facing a 3rd & 10 in their own territory, King Crab came up with a huge reception along the sidelines. He showed incredible footwork, somehow managing to keep his feet in bounds with an impressive toe drag. It kept the Ravens drive moving along.

Lamar Jackson 22-yard run: Jackson has gotten a consistent number of snaps this season and plenty of quarterback runs. However, he had yet to break off any big chunks of yardage until Sunday. Ravens fans finally saw his athleticism on display as he took a direct snap under center and turned it into a 22-yard rushing gain. Jackson nearly scored, but was marked down at the one-yard line. His rush set up an Alex Collins score, which put the Ravens up 21-0.

Za’Darius Smith record-setting sack: Smith was arguably the Ravens most impressive player on Sunday. He recorded five tackles and three sacks, with the third coming late in the fourth quarter. Mariota attempted to scramble out of the pocket on third down but Smith was all over it. Smith’s sack was the Ravens eleventh on the day, which set the new franchise-record (previous was nine).

Poll

What was your favorite moment from Week 6?

This poll is closed

  • 17%
    Michael Crabtree 4-yard touchdown
    (24 votes)
  • 5%
    Alex Collins 13-yard touchdown run
    (8 votes)
  • 1%
    Terrell Suggs second sack
    (2 votes)
  • 9%
    Michael Crabtree 20-yard reception
    (13 votes)
  • 49%
    Lamar Jackson 22-yard rush
    (69 votes)
  • 15%
    Za’Darius Smith record-breaking sack
    (22 votes)
  • 1%
    Other
    (2 votes)
140 votes total Vote Now