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Head Coach John Harbaugh talks to Lamar Jackson about his leadership.
Running back Mark Ingram II helped boost Lamar Jackson's MVP campaign in Cincinnati.
Check out the swaggy glasses Lamar Jackson and his friends wore on the sideline during the big win over Cincinnati.
Lamar Jackson had another historic day and the defense scored two touchdowns to move the Ravens to 7-2.
Lamar Jackson watches the fourth quarter from the bench after going 15-of-17 for 223 yards and three touchdowns as a passer.
Check out the top highlights from Lamar Jackson's record-setting day in the Ravens' 49-13 win in Week 10.
Defensive lineman/fullback Patrick Ricard knocks the ball out on a sack and Tyus Bowser takes it 34 yards to the house.
Lamar Jackson connects with Marquise Brown for his third passing touchdown of the game to give the Ravens a 42-10 lead in the third quarter.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson jukes the Bengals for an insane 47-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.
On fourth down, Chuck Clark rips the ball out of the Bengals' hands and Earl Thomas III scoops it up.
Marcus Peters steps in front of a pass by rookie Ryan Finley and takes it 89 yards for the touchdown.
Lamar Jackson pitches the ball to backup quarterback Robert Griffin III for a 12-yard gain.
Check out this spot-on throw by Lamar Jackson to tight end Hayden Hurst to move the chains.
Tight end Mark Andrews moves the chains despite being blanketed in coverage.
Running back Mark Ingram II bulldozes his way into the end zone for the eighth time this season, giving the Ravens a 14-0 lead.
Lamar Jackson hits Marquise Brown for a 49-yard gain on the first play from scrimmage to begin a touchdown drive.
Mark Andrews catches a 2-yard touchdown pass on the goal line to put the Ravens on top after their first drive.
There were a lot of big plays in the Ravens-Patriots Sunday Night Football matchup.
Running back Mark Ingram ran for 115 yards and caught two passes for 29 yards in the Ravens' win over the Patriots.
Lamar Jackson threw for 163 yards and a touchdown and ran for 61 yards and two touchdowns in the win over the undefeated Patriots.
The Ravens racked up 372 yards against the Patriots' top-ranked defense and scored 37 points.
Tom Brady congratulates Lamar Jackson on a great game after Baltimore's 37-20 victory at M&T Bank Stadium.
Lamar Jackson shows patience to find a gap and then extends the football over the goal line as he's going to his back for a game-sealing fourth-quarter score.
Lamar Jackson hits running back Mark Ingram II on third down to move the chains in the fourth quarter.
Linebacker Matthew Judon drills Tom Brady, causing an overthrow that Earl Thomas III picks off deep down the field.