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The "Good Morning Football" crew discusses Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson's dominant win over the Houston Texans.
NFL Network's Deion Sanders decides who's better after Week 11 between the Baltimore Ravens or New England Patriots.
Tight end Mark Andrews gets the call from NFL Network's Deion Sanders, and Lamar Jackson crashes the interview.
Outside linebacker Matthew Judon says Lamar Jackson has been making unreal plays since Pee-Wee football, so we shouldn't be surprised.
Offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley talks about blowing out some of the league's top teams in recent weeks.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson talks about the doubters and what it means to beat Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson.
Veteran safety Earl Thomas III said he was surprised by the Ravens blowing out the Texans, 41-7.
Defensive tackle Brandon Williams discusses the addition of new players and maturation of the defense after all the changes.
Head Coach John Harbaugh talks about the team's focus to keep improving after a 41-7 win over the Texans.
Cornerback Jimmy Smith talked about the Ravens' defensive effort, coverage and pass rush against the Texans.
The Ravens finished with seven sacks and didn't give up any points until midway through the fourth quarter in a 41-7 win over the Texans.
Outside linebacker Tyus Bowser said the Ravens are playing with a lot of confidence right now.
Head Coach John Harbaugh thanked his players for locking in and gives game balls to the two leading running backs.
Running back Mark Ingram II talks about Lamar Jackson, his two receiving touchdowns and the MVP race.
Veteran Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda talks about Lamar Jackson and the mentality of the team moving forward.
Lamar Jackson threw for 222 yards and four touchdowns and had another 86 yards on the ground in a 41-7 win over Houston.
Baltimore beat the AFC South-leading Houston Texans behind four touchdown passes from Lamar Jackson at M&T Bank Stadium.
The veteran running back said he loves the energy of playing at M&T Bank Stadium.
Gus Edwards puts an exclamation point on the Ravens' win with a long touchdown run in the fourth quarter.
Tight end Mark Andrews hauls in the pass and breaks free of defenders for a 51-yard gain from Lamar Jackson.
Running back Mark Ingram II catches his second touchdown of the game to give the Ravens a 34-0 lead in the fourth quarter.
Cornerback Marcus Peters forces an incompletion on fourth down against one of the top wide receivers in the NFL.
Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson tried to extend the play and throw across his body, but linebacker Josh Bynes made him pay in the third quarter.
Running back Mark Ingram II is left wide open for a touchdown pass in the third quarter.
Rookie linebacker Jaylon Ferguson brings down Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson.