Tight end Nick Boyle leaps over a Chargers defender to get a solid gain along the sideline.
Lamar Jackson threw five touchdown passes and broke Michael Vick's single-season rushing record in a 42-21 win over the New York Jets in Week 15.
The Ravens captured the AFC North crown in Week 15 with a blowout win on Thursday Night Football at M&T Bank Stadium.
Lamar Jackson showed off his speed on Thursday Night Football against the New York Jets.
Lamar Jackson finds Mark Ingram II with a sidearm throw to the flats for a 10-yard touchdown, tying Vinny Testaverde for the most touchdown passes in a single season.
Running back Mark Ingram II ran for 76 yards and scored two touchdowns in the Ravens' Week 15 win over the Jets.
Lamar Jackson hits Seth Roberts for his fourth touchdown pass of the game, giving the Ravens a 35-7 lead in the third quarter.
Facing fourth-and-1 from their own 29-yard line in the third quarter, Lamar Jackson scrambled to hit Mark Andrews for a long gain.
Marquise 'Hollywood' Brown tracks the deep ball and drags his toe for a 24-yard score in the third quarter.
Outside linebacker Tyus Bowser comes off the edge to drill Sam Darnold and Jihad Ward recovers the fumble.
Safety Chuck Clark cuts underneath a pass down the seam to end the first half with the Ravens ahead, 21-7.
Cornerback Jimmy Smith hangs with Ryan Anderson and knocks the ball away in the end zone in the second quarter.
Lamar Jackson takes off up the middle when he doesn't find an open receiver and weaves through the Jets defense.
After a penalty wiped out a touchdown, Mark Andrews scored it again on a tough 1-yard catch, surpassing Todd Heap and Dennis Pitta's seven touchdown seasons.
Running back Mark Ingram rips off a long run to put the Ravens in scoring position for their second touchdown.
Lamar Jackson scores the Ravens' second touchdown with a 5-yard touchdown to rookie wide receiver Miles Boykin.
Patrick Ricard continues to do it all. The fullback, defensive lineman and special teams contributor tipped a 49-yard attempt by Jets kicker Sam Ficken.
Mark Ingram II bulldozes into the end zone for a 6-yard touchdown to put the Ravens on top early.
Lamar Jackson tops Michael Vick's record with a 5-yard carry on the Ravens' opening drive of Thursday Night Football.
Lamar Jackson wasted no time moving the Ravens into scoring range with a long gain around the left end.
Lamar Jackson is poised to become the Ravens' first quarterback voted into the Pro Bowl.
Lamar Jackson threw three touchdown passes in a 24-17 win over the Bills in Week 14.
Lamar Jackson heats more MVP chants from fans in Buffalo after throwing three touchdowns.
The Ravens brought the heat on Bills quarterback Josh Allen.
Baltimore held on for a Week 14 win that clinched a spot in the playoffs, with Marcus Peters breaking up a fourth-down pass late in the fourth quarter.
Linebacker L.J. Fort blitzes Josh Allen late in the fourth quarter and catches him before he can spin away.