Safety Chuck Clark picks off Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes on a third-down pass.
Lamar Jackson is hard on himself, and was angry after his third quarter fumble. See how his teammates helped pick him up.
Chris Moore's acrobatic play to prevent a touchback was one of the best special teams plays you'll see.
Check out these highlights from quarterback Lamar Jackson during Baltimore's franchise-record eight-game winning streak.
Check out all the angles and reactions, including from Ravens fans. of Justin Tucker's 49-yard game-winning kick against the San Francisco 49ers.
The Ravens and 49ers were both aggressive in the Week 13 game that ended with a 20-17 win for Baltimore.
From his ankle-breaking run to touchdown pass and much more, check out the best of Lamar Jackson's win over the 49ers.
In a tight game between two of the NFL's best teams this year, the Ravens topped the 49ers, 20-17, on a game-winning Justin Tucker field goal.
The Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers, 20-17, at M&T Bank Stadium in Week 13.
The Ravens defense comes up with a huge stop on fourth down late in the fourth quarter when Chris Wormley tips the pass at the line of scrimmage.
Tight end Mark Andrews goes up for a 20-yard catch for the Ravens' first points of the game against San Francisco.
Sam Koch's booming 62-yard punt is touched down at the 1-yard line after Chris Moore dives into the end zone.
Mark Andrews throws some shade on Nick Bosa and Ohio State with a Baker Mayfield-like plant the flag after his first quarter touchdown.
San Francisco 49ers kicker Robbie Gould sees his 51-yard field goal attempt at the end of the first half fall short.
Tight end Hayden Hurst hauls in the pass and moves the chains on fourth-and-2.
Lamar Jackson scores the Ravens' second touchdown with a 1-yard run on a read-pass option.
Lamar Jackson runs on the edge after tight end Nick Boyle throws a nice cut block to pave the way.
Lamar Jackson puts a sick move ... in the rain ... on 49ers defensive back K'Waun Williams for a big gain.
Tight end Mark Andrews goes up for a 20-yard touchdown in the first quarter, then "plants the flag" as his celebration.
A host of Ravens get into the backfield and Brandon Williams jumps on the loose ball to set up Baltimore's first touchdown.
Lamar Jackson became the first player in NFL history to throw five touchdown passes in his Monday Night Football debut.
Running back Mark Ingram II ran for 111 yards and a touchdown and caught a touchdown on Monday Night Football.
Lamar Jackson threw five touchdowns and the defense didn't give up a touchdown in a Monday Night Football rout in Los Angeles.
Cornerback Jimmy Smith makes sure the Rams don't score a touchdown with a late fourth-quarter pick.
Rookie wide receiver Miles Boykin catches a 39-yard throw from Robert Griffin III in the fourth quarter.
Cornerback Marcus Peters picks off Rams quarterback Jared Goff in the fourth quarter.