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Ravens vs. Bengals: Play of the game

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Vote for your favorite play from yesterday’s dub!

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Boy, that was fun

Fueled by an offensive onslaught and forced turnovers from the defense, the Ravens handled their business in Cincinnati. A virtuoso performance from Lamar Jackson and company drove Baltimore to a 49-13 victory, as the team improved to 7-2 on the season.

Check all the top plays below and vote for your favorite at the bottom of the page!


Marquise Brown 49-yard reception: Since the first two weeks of the season, rookie WR Marquise Brown has been relatively injury, in large part due to a couple lower body injuries that have nagged him. On Sunday, though, he looked like his usual self and reminded everyone why his nickname is “hollywood” - and wasted no time doing so. On the first play from scrimmage, Brown found an open seam deep in the middle of the field and got behind two Bengals defenders. With time in the pocket, Lamar Jackson delivered an accurate strike over the top and Brown made the simple catch for a gain of 49 yards.

Mark Andrews 17-yard touchdown reception: After collecting his first touchdown catch since Week 4, Andrews stacked multiple scores against the Bengals. The first came on the team’s opening drive but was far from a flashy play, albeit an effective one. His second touchdown, though, came via a 20-yard reception early in the second quarter. Following a scoring drive by Cincinnati, Jackson and Andrews hooked up for an impressive throw and catch to extend the Ravens lead to 18 points, further putting the game out of reach.

Marcus Peters 89-yard pick-six: “MP Juiceman”, playmaker, ball-hawk . . . whatever you want to call him, Marcus Peters is a baller - and he once again demonstrated why in the second quarter of Sunday’s game. With the Bengals driving into Ravens territory, Peters jumped an underneath route and intercepted a pass attempt from Ryan Finley. With nothing but open field in front of him, Peters ran 89 yards (untouched) to the house. It was eery similar to his pick-six against the Seahawks in Week 7. It was also his THIRD pick-six of the season, which is just a crazy stat.

Chuck Clark forced fumble, recovered by Earl Thomas III: In the absence of Tony Jefferson, third-year SS Chuck Clark continues to emerge as a playmaker in the secondary. Early in the third quarter of Sunday’s game, Clark dropped down in the flat and busted a crossing route from Giovani Bernard. Clark made a great play on the ball, lodging it loose from Bernard’s grasp on fourth down. Who was there to pick up the free ball? None other than Earl Thomas III, who evidently has a knack for finding the ball - whether it be in the air or on the ground.

Lamar Jackson 47-yard rush: Nothing needs to be said about this play that hasn’t already.

Marquise Brown 20-yard touchdown reception: To add insult to injury, the Ravens poured on another touchdown via a long pass, once again from Jackson to “Hollywood”. Lined up in the shotgun, Jackson stood in the pocket amidst multiple rushers and delivered a dot to Brown, who beat Jesse Bates III in the end zone. For Jackson, it was his third passing touchdown of the game and effectively ended his day. For Brown, it was his fourth receiving touchdown of the season and second since Week 7.


Honorable mentions

Mark Andrews 4-yard touchdown reception:

Robert Griffin III 12-yard rush:

Tyus Bowser fumble recovery and touchdown:


Poll

Which play gets your vote for "play of the game" from Week 10?

This poll is closed

  • 2%
    Marquise Brown 49-yard reception
    (14 votes)
  • 0%
    Mark Andrews 17-yard touchdown reception
    (1 vote)
  • 7%
    Marcus Peters 89-yard pick-six
    (36 votes)
  • 0%
    Chuck Clark FF, recovered by Earl Thomas
    (1 vote)
  • 87%
    Lamar Jackson 47-yard rush
    (428 votes)
  • 1%
    Marquise Brown 20-yard reception
    (7 votes)
  • 0%
    Other
    (3 votes)
490 votes total Vote Now