In a Thursday night showdown with the Jets, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens did not disappoint, putting on an offensive clinic under the primetime lights. Jackson threw five touchdown passes, each to different receivers, while also rushing for 88 yards.
As a team, the Ravens put up 430 total yards (212 passing, 218 rushing) and averaged 7.3 yards per play. On the other side of the ball, they forced two turnovers and limited the Jets to just seven points in the first three quarters. Baltimore pulled away in the second half to coast to a 21-point victory.
Check out all the top moments and vote for your favorite highlight below!
Lamar Jackson 5-yard rush: Was this really a highlight play? No. Did this play set a new record for most single-season rushing yards by a quarterback? Yes.
Mark Ingram 6-yard rushing touchdown: On the next play from scrimmage, Mark Ingram II got the Ravens on the board first with this rushing touchdown. As he usually does, Ingram did a nice job of getting to the edge and showcased his underrated burst and speed.
Miles Boykin 5-yard touchdown reception: You could tell Lamar Jackson was really on his game when he made this throw here. After rolling out to the right, Jackson steps back into the pocket and delivers a sidearm strike to Miles Boykin - who was wide open in the corner of the end zone. Jackson’s field vision in the red zone is an underrated aspect of his game and as a result of it, the Ravens usually score when their in said area. Making this throw even more impressive is the fact that Jackson was off-base when he slung it.
Chuck Clark interception: With 29 seconds remaining in the first half, emerging SS Chuck Clark made a huge play to keep momentum from teetering towards New York’s favor. Clark took advantage of a low, off-target pass attempt from Sam Darnold, who evidently saw ghosts on this play. It felt like this interception took the wind out of the Jets’ sails and this was just the second interception of Clark’s career.
Marquise Brown 24-yard touchdown reception: Does this kid love the bright lights or what? After catching just four passes for -1 yards over the past two games combined, WR Marquise Brown finally got loose for a big play in Week 15. “Hollywood” did a tremendous job of tracking the ball and keeping his feet in bounds, as Jackson dropped a dime to him.
Seth Roberts 33-yard touchdown reception: On the next possession, Jackson connected on another deep touchdown pass, this time to WR Seth Roberts. The veteran wideout led the team with 66 receiving yards on the night, 33 of which came on this play alone. Roberts created just enough separation for Jackson to find him in the end zone, and it was both a great throw by LJ and a terrific catch by Roberts.
Mark Ingram 10-yard touchdown reception: With the game out of reach, RB Mark Ingram added insult to injury with his fourth receiving touchdown of the season. Ingram got open in the flat and once Jackson found him, he did the rest. Ingram leaped into the end zone and extended over the goal line. giving the Ravens their sixth touchdown of the night. This was Ingram’s second touchdown on the game, too.
Lamar Jackson 20-yard rush:
Mark Andrews 1-yard touchdown reception:
Lamar Jackson 25-yard rush:
Tyus Bowser strip sack:
Ravens vs. Jets: Play of the game
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Lamar Jackson 5-yard rush
Mark Ingram 6-yard rushing touchdown
Miles Boykin 5-yard touchdown reception
Chuck Clark interception
Marquise Brown 24-yard touchdown reception
Seth Roberts 33-yard touchdown reception
Mark Ingram 10-yard touchdown reception