The Ravens put together another strong all-around performance against the Giants in Week 16, picking up a fourth straight victory to improve to 10-5 on the season. Along the way, they left some points on the board but rushed for nearly 250 yards as a team, poured in three touchdowns, and were efficient in the passing game.
As per usual, there were some notable moments throughout the afternoon. Check out all of the top plays below and vote for your favorite!
Lights, Camera, Action Jackson to Hollywood❗️❗️— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) December 27, 2020
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Marquise Brown six-yard touchdown reception: To cap off a surgical opening drive, the Ravens put six points on the board courtesy of Lamar Jackson and Marquise Brown. On second down in the red zone, Jackson stepped up into a clean pocket and delivered a pass to Brown, who found himself open on a crossing route. This marked Brown’s sixth touchdown of the season and fourth since Week 12.
JK ALL DAY ❗️❗️— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) December 27, 2020
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J.K. Dobbins two-yard rushing touchdown: The emergence of J.K. Dobbins during the second half of has seen him on this list quite often. He was once again back in the end zone on Sunday for a fifth consecutive game. Dobbins’ two-yard score put the Ravens up 14-0 and capped off another successful drive that lasted 10 plays and went 65 yards
Gus Edwards 32-yard rush: When the “Gus Bus” is rolling, it’s certainly a sight to see.
Dez Bryant eight-yard touchdown reception: What’s better than one Dez Bryant touchdown? Two Dez Bryant touchdowns! For the second straight week, Bryant threw up the X after finding paydirt in the red zone. This time, Bryant found himself wide open after a busted coverage in the Giants zone coverage. He snagged the ball in the back of the end zone and came down with both feet in bounds to put the Ravens up 27-6.
Gus Edwards 27-yard reception: Gus Edwards = WR1? After catching a 34-yard reception against the Jaguars last week, Edwards made another big play in the passing game with just over four minutes remaining against New York. Jackson evaded pressure and Edwards made himself an available outlet, but his work after the catch was more impressive — somehow staying in bounds and picking up extra yardage after trucking a defender.
Which highlight gets your vote for "Play of the Game" from Week 16?
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Marquise Brown six-yard touchdown catch
J.K. Dobbins two-yard touchdown run
Gus Edwards 32-yard rush
Dez Bryant eight-yard touchdown catch
Gus Edwards 27-yard catch