Week 6 saw the Ravens win their fifth consecutive game and do so convincingly, defeating the Los Angeles Chargers by a score of 34-6. It was the biggest margin of victory for the Ravens this season. The Ravens’ defense was the story of the day but offensively, Baltimore scored four touchdowns and rushed for nearly 200 yards.
In all three phases, the Ravens put forth highlight moments. Check out some of the top ones below and vote for your “play of the game” from Sunday’s win!
Latavius Murray 14-yard touchdown run: Latavius Murray got the scoring started for the Ravens in this game with 5:20 left in the first quarter. Murray found paydirt for the fourth time already this season via a 14-yard scamper in the red zone. Murray’s strong run capped off a 12-play, 90-yard opening drive for the Ravens’ offense.
Le’Veon Bell 2-yard touchdown run: After being inactive in last week’s win over the Colts, Le’Veon Bell was activated for Week 6. He made the most of his first red zone touch of the season, going untouched into the end zone from two yards out. Bell’s touchdown run added to the Ravens’ lead and opened up a two-possession advantage.
DeShon Elliott interception: After missing the past two games with a leg injury, DeShon Elliott returned to the starting lineup and made his presence felt in a big way. Elliott played terrific coverage on tight end Jared Cook on this play in the second quarter. He undercut Cook’s route and snatched the ball away from him in midair to secure the interception. It marked the first interception of Elliott’s career.
Mark Andrews 9-yard touchdown catch: A week after a career-best game against the Colts, Mark Andrews picked up right where he left off. On the Ravens’ first drive of the third quarter, Andrews got loose in the red zone on second down and Jackson found him. It was the third touchdown of the season for “Money Mark” after he went scoreless from Week 1-4.
Devonta Freeman 9-yard touchdown run: Devonta Freeman had his best game of the season on Sunday. Not only did he lead the team in rushing yards and yards per carry, but he capped off the day with this touchdown scamper at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Freeman looked quick and agile in space rushing on the outside.
Which highlight gets your vote for "play of the game" from Week 6?
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Latavius Murray 14-yard touchdown run
Le’Veon Bell 2-yard touchdown run
DeShon Elliott interception
Mark Andrews 9-yard touchdown catch
Devonta Freeman 9-yard touchdown run