The Ravens won their first game in as many as four weeks on Tuesday night, defeating the Cowboys by a score of 34-17. It was their highest scoring output since Week 1 and best rushing performance of the year, as the team rushed for nearly 300 yards on the ground.
This, combined with a few marquee passing and defensive moments, means there’s no shortage of highlights to dig through. Check out some of the top plays from Week 13 below and vote your favorite!
Lamar Jackson 37-yard touchdown run: After throwing an interception on the Ravens opening drive, Lamar Jackson bounced back in a major way. On 4th-&-2 with less than a minute remaining in the first quarter, Jackson waved off of the special teams unit. On a designed inverted read, Jackson found an open seam in the middle of Dallas’ defense and burst through — running 37 yards untouched into the end zone.
Patrick Queen interception: Two plays after Justin Tucker missed a 36-yard field goal, the Ravens defense came up with a huge turnover. Andy Dalton’s pass attempt was deflected at the line of scrimmage by Brandon Williams and as the ball hung in the air, Patrick Queen got his hands under it to corral an interception. It was quite a significant play in the big picture of the game, as the Cowboys were leading 10-7 at the time and could have added more points on this drive.
Miles Boykin 38-yard touchdown catch: On the very next play following Queen’s interception, Jackson and Miles Boykin took advantage of a busted coverage in the Dallas secondary. Boykin quickly got wide open and Jackson found him with ease. Boykin made the catch around the 20 yard line and did the rest himself.
Marquise Brown 20-yard touchdown catch: In good field position and seeking to expand upon their seven-point lead, Jackson made one of his better throws of the season. After surveying right, Jackson moved back towards his left and delivered a high-arcing dime to Marquise Brown in the corner of the end zone. The ball was dropped right in Brown’s “bread basket” and he did a good job of dragging his off foot to ensure a completed catch.
J.K. Dobbins 5-yard rushing touchdown: J.K. Dobbins capped off an impressive performance with a rushing score late in the fourth quarter. Just five yards out from the end zone with 2:12 left on the clock, Dobbins showed patience and vision between the tackles. It was his second straight game with a touchdown and 70+ rushing yards.
Which highlight gets your vote for "Play of the Game" from Week 13?
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Lamar Jackson 37-yard rushing touchdown
Patrick Queen interception
Miles Boykin 38-yard touchdown reception
Marquise Brown 20-yard touchdown reception
J.K. Dobbins 5-yard rushing touchdown