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Ravens vs. Browns: Play of the game

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Baltimore Ravens v Cleveland Browns Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images

Marcus Peters pass breakup: As he’s done so often this season, CB Marcus Peters made a huge play on Sunday. With the Browns looking to extend their 6-0 lead, Peters saved a potential game-breaking touchdown pass from Baker Mayfield to Odell Beckham Jr. “OBJ” appeared to have a step or two on Peters but the Pro Bowl cornerback recovered quickly, tracking Mayfield’s deep pass and extending both of his arms to knock the ball away.

Mark Andrews 39-yard touchdown reception: After a virtually non-existent performance from the offense through four drives, Lamar Jackson and company finally joined the scoring party with just 1:18 remaining in the first half. After a long completion to Mark Ingram, Jackson took advantage of a busted coverage in Cleveland’s secondary, finding Mark Andrews wide open for a touchdown.

Mark Andrews 14-yard touchdown reception: I mean, c’mon . . . this is just silly.

Mark Ingram II 12-yard touchdown reception: Before exiting the game early with a calf injury, RB Mark Ingram made his presence felt. The veteran back found the end zone via a 12-yard touchdown catch, his fifth receiving score of the year and 15th touchdown overall, the latter of which ties a franchise record.

Justice Hill 18-yard rushing touchdown: Amidst a career-best game in terms of production, rookie RB Justice Hill put the icing on the cake of the Ravens’ victory. With just over three minutes remaining in the game, Hill got loose for an 18-yard score, following his blockers on the outside before turning on the jets.

Marlon Humphrey interception: Any chance of a Browns comeback was put to bed just a few plays after Hill’s touchdown rush, when CB Marlon Humphrey came up with his third interception of the season. “Wink” Martindale brought the house and Mayfield was crushed on the play, but not before airing out a deep pass in the direction of nobody. It was maybe the easiest interception any defensive back could ask for, but nonetheless an impressive display of awareness from the Pro Bowl corner.


Honorable mentions

Mark Ingram 24-yard reception:

Lamar Jackson 15-yard rush:


Poll

Which highlight gets your vote for "play of the game" from Week 16?

This poll is closed

  • 15%
    Marcus Peters pass breakup
    (53 votes)
  • 13%
    Mark Andrews 39-yard touchdown catch
    (46 votes)
  • 63%
    Mark Andrews 14-yard touchdown catch
    (216 votes)
  • 1%
    Mark Ingram 12-yard touchdown catch
    (5 votes)
  • 4%
    Justice Hill 18-yard rushing touchdown
    (17 votes)
  • 0%
    Marlon Humphrey interception
    (2 votes)
  • 0%
    Other
    (3 votes)
342 votes total Vote Now