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Ravens vs. Rams: Play of the game

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Check out all the top plays from last night’s victory and vote for your favorite down below!

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480 yards of total offense. 283 rushing yards. Six touchdowns. 45 points.

That’s what the Ravens did against the Rams on Monday night.

Here’s a breakdown of all the top plays . . .


Marquise Brown 6-yard touchdown reception: On 3rd-&-4 in the red zone, Lamar Jackson found his No. 1 receiver for a quick touchdown on the Ravens opening possession. Running a drag route across the middle of the field, Marquise Brown found himself wide open and Jackson spotted him right away, delivering the soft touch pass. It marked the seventh time this season that the Ravens have scored a touchdown on their opening drive and it gave the team a much-need lead early in the game.

Marquise Brown 18-yard touchdown reception: One touchdown wasn’t enough for “Hollywood”, who found the end zone again on the team’s second drive. This time, Brown streaked up the seam and took advantage of soft coverage from the Rams secondary. A Los Angeles defender was just short of breaking on the ball and to his credit, Jackson got the ball out quick and flicked a well-placed ball right to Brown’s catch radius. Had the pass been a couple seconds late, it may have been intercepted.

Lamar Jackson 29-yard rush: This play would have blown up the internet had Jackson not slipped short of the goal line, but it was still impressive nevertheless. Every game, Jackson seems to rip off some miraculous run. This week, it came midway through the second quarter. After initially fumbling the snap, Jackson surveyed the field before taking off up the middle after the pocket closed, zigging and zagging his way to the 1 yard line.

Mark Ingram 7-yard touchdown reception: “Big boy, no little boy” . . .

Willie Snead IV 7-yard touchdown reception: To cap off a virtuoso performance, Jackson’s last throw of the night was yet another touchdown, making him the first quarterback ever to toss five scores in his MNF debut. Not too shabby. Jackson found Willie Snead IV for the second time on the game and it was once again a 7-yard score. This time, Snead ran a quick out route and turned the corner, managing to reach the pylon with a narrow angle.

Marcus Peters interception: Revenge is a dish best served with “burnt toast”.


Honorable mentions

Mark Ingram 1-yard rushing touchdown:

Willie Snead IV 7-yard touchdown reception:

Mark Ingram 25-yard rush:


Poll

Which moment gets your vote for "play of the game" from Week 12?

This poll is closed

  • 4%
    Marquise Brown 6-yard touchdown reception
    (9 votes)
  • 17%
    Marquise Brown 18-yard touchdown reception
    (33 votes)
  • 29%
    Lamar Jackson 25-yard rush
    (56 votes)
  • 4%
    Mark Ingram 7-yard touchdown reception
    (9 votes)
  • 1%
    Willie Snead IV 7-yard touchdown reception
    (3 votes)
  • 34%
    Marcus Peters interception
    (65 votes)
  • 7%
    Other
    (15 votes)
190 votes total Vote Now