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Ravens at Browns: Play of the Game

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The Ravens scored a season-high 47 points in Monday night’s win against the Browns, totaling nearly 400 yards of offense and scoring six touchdowns in the process. As you might expect, then, there were a handful of highlight moments.

Check out some of the top plays from Week 14 and vote for your favorite down below!


Lamar Jackson five-yard rushing touchdown: Lamar Jackson got the action started for the Ravens. In response to the Browns opening touchdown drive, Jackson led the Ravens down the field on the strength of his legs. This same strength got Baltimore on the scoreboard with 3:10 remaining in the first quarter. Needing five yards to score and three yards to gain a first down, Jackson found an opening up the middle and crossed both thresholds.

Gus Edwards 11-yard rushing touchdown: The “Gus Bus” kept things rolling for Baltimore early in the second quarter. After driving 69 yards in seven plays, Edwards capped off a scoring drive with an 11-yard scamper into the end zone. Edwards did a nice job of taking the delayed handoff and finding space on the outside. Then, he took on three Browns defenders and managed to get the ball across the goal line.

Mark Andrews 39-yard reception: In his first game since recovering from COVID-19, Mark Andrews appeared to be heading for a zero-less showing in the first half. However, with just under a minute remaining in the second quarter, Andrews found himself open along the sideline and Jackson found him for a 39-yard connection. This chunk play not only kept the drive alive on 3rd-&-10 but also moved the Ravens into scoring position

Lamar Jackson 17-yard rushing touchdown: You can’t stop him, you can only hope to contain him. On this play, the Browns did neither of those things to Lamar Jackson.

Gus Edwards 19-yard rushing touchdown: What’s better than one Gus Edwards touchdown run? Two of them.

Tyus Bowser interception: Ever so quietly, LB Tyus Bowser is turning into quite the ballhawk this season. This trend continued on Monday night, as Bowser coralled his third interception of the season. Having just retained possession and looking to tie the game at 28-28, the Browns coughed up the football after just one play. Bowser read the eyes of Baker Mayfield and made an impressive one-handed snag. It was essentially a pick-six, as Bowser brought the ball all the way back to the goal line but came up just a yard short.

Marquise Brown 44-yard touchdown reception: After dropping three passes earlier in the ballgame, Marquise Brown came through when the Ravens needed him most. Lamar Jackson returned from the locker room in heroic fashion and on fourth down, he lofted a pass to Brown, who got open behind Cleveland’s secondary. Brown was not to be caught on his way to the end zone. This was the third straight game in which “Hollywood” has scored a touchdown — and this one was by far the biggest.

Justin Tucker 55-yard field goal: The greatest kicker in NFL history resides in Baltimore and his name is Justin Tucker.


Poll

Which moment gets your vote for "Play of the Game" from Week 14?

This poll is closed

  • 0%
    Lamar Jackson five-yard rushing touchdown
    (0 votes)
  • 0%
    Gus Edwards 11-yard rushing touchdown
    (0 votes)
  • 1%
    Mark Andrews 39-yard reception
    (3 votes)
  • 1%
    Lamar Jackson 17-yard rushing touchdown
    (3 votes)
  • 0%
    Gus Edwards 19-yard rushing touchdown
    (2 votes)
  • 4%
    Tyus Bowser interception
    (14 votes)
  • 68%
    Marquise Brown 44-yard touchdown reception
    (196 votes)
  • 22%
    Justin Tucker 55-yard field goal
    (66 votes)
  • 1%
    Other
    (3 votes)
287 votes total Vote Now