Quarterback Lamar Jackson sees an opening and takes off to move the chains early in Sunday's game.
Check out the arm on quarterback Lamar Jackson on this big gain down the middle.
Rookie quarterback Trace McSorley hits tight end Cole Herdman to move the chains.
Check out what Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith saw on his first quarter interception of Baker Mayfield.
Running back Kenneth Dixon is tough to bring down. Just check out this view.
Watch the blocking open up a sideline alley for Cyrus Jones to take a 70-yard punt return to the house.
Watch rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson keep the play alive with his legs and find John Brown to get a field goal at the end of the first half.
Wide receiver Chris Moore puts the Ravens in scoring position with a big catch down the middle of the field.
Outside linebacker Terrel Suggs tosses aside former Raven Benjamin Watson to make the stop for a loss.
Facing third-and-8, Joe Flacco sizzled a perfect pass down the seam to rookie tight end Mark Andrews for a 29-yard gain.
Watch how the use of quarterback Lamar Jackson in the backfield created a lane for running back Alex Collins on a 6-yard touchdown run.
Facing a third-and-long on the Ravens' first drive of the season, quarterback Joe Flacco aired out a long pass to wide receiver John Brown to move the chains.
The Bears thought Bobby Rainey was down, but he flipped over his own blocker's back and got back up before any Bears player touched him, then raced to the end zone.
Ravens wide receiver/returner Michael Campanaro calls for a fair catch, but gets hit in the groin by the Bears' Joshua Bellamy. There was no flag thrown.
Check out the view from behind the Steelers offensive line as cornerback Lardarius Webb comes on a blitz.
The Ravens are the NFL's first team to own SkyCam for in-venue game presentation, which will allow them to deliver stunning shots of the action and fun on gameday.