The Ravens secured their third victory of the season yesterday with a 31-17 showing over the Washington Football Team. Scoring 30+ points is usually good for at least a few highlights, and Week 4 was no exception for Baltimore on both sides of the ball.
Check out all of the top plays from Sunday’s win and choose which play deserves your vote for “Play of the Game” on the poll below!
Making that extension look REAL good Marlo!!— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 4, 2020
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Marlon Humphrey forced fumble: New contract, same old Marlon Humphrey. The NFL’s second highest-paid cornerback was up to his usual ways in Week 4, once again getting his hands on the football. On Washington’s second drive of the game, Humphrey ripped the ball loose from RB J.D. McKissic and it was scooped up by Marcus Peters. It was Humphrey’s second forced fumble of the season, on top of also having an interception from Week 1.
Marquise Brown 33-yard reception: On the drive immediately following the last play, the Ravens quickly capitalized with a touchdown. However, it was the play that set up Mark Ingram’s 1-yard score that served as the highlight. Rolling to his right, Lamar Jackson delivered a well-placed strike to Marquise Brown. Brown maneuvered and stretched for the goal line but came up just short, but not before adding a 33-yard gain. This was Brown’s first of four catches on the day.
Lamar Jackson 50-yard rushing touchdown: In case you forgot, Lamar Jackson is good at running the football. Oh, and he’s also pretty fast. No further caption needed.
FAKE PUNT ALERT— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 4, 2020
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Fake punt conversion: When faced with a 4th-&-9 situation and out of field goal range, the conensus answer is almost always to punt the football away. Don’t tell that to John Harbaugh, though, who opted to attempt a fake punt while already leading 14-7. P Sam Koch delivered, completing a 15-yard pass to Miles Boykin for the conversion. Koch is now a perfect 7-of-7 on pass attempts for his career. QB1?
Mark Andrews 25-yard touchdown reception: A few plays after the fake punt conversion, Jackson took his turn keeping the drive alive and simultaneously ended it, too. Eluding pressure and rolling to his left, Jackson threw across his body and found Mark Andrews in the corner of the end zone for a 25-yard score. It was Andrews’ third touchdown of the season and expanded the Ravens lead to 21-7 before halftime.
Mark Andrews 22-yard touchdown reception: Andrews found the end zone again on the Ravens first drive of the second half, and it was once again a big play. In a verticals set, Jackson found Andrews in the seam and delivered a strike in-between a set of defenders and Andrews was untouched.
Which moment gets your vote for "Play of the Game" for Week 4?
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Marlon Humphrey forced fumble
Marquise Brown 33-yard reception
Lamar Jackson 50-yard rushing touchdown
Mark Andrews 25-yard touchdown reception
Mark Andrews 22-yard touchdown reception