The Ravens advanced to 6-5 Monday night after hosting the Houston Texans in primetime. While it may not have been the most exciting game to watch, there were some highlights in their 23-16 win.
Here are five must-see moments.
1. Sam Koch's fake punt:
Punter Sam Koch, for the second time this season, faked a punt and completed a pretty decent 22-yard pass to Chris Moore. He did the same thing in Week 9 against the Tennessee Titans for 16-yards. Koch for QB?
2. Buck Allen TD run:
Thanks to that fake punt from Sam Koch, the Ravens were able to inch further down the field. With a little push from his O-line, running back Buck Allen forced his way into the end zone for the first Ravens touchdown of the night.
3. Tony Jefferson's first interception as a Raven:
Tony Jefferson joined the Ravens defense interception club Monday night after picking off QB Tom Savage in the second quarter. Welcome to the fam!
4. Sizzle's strip-sack
Terrell Suggs may be 35, but he doesn't play like it. In the fourth, Suggs got to Tom Savage and batted the ball out of his hand which the Ravens eventually recovered. T-Sizzle has 9.5 sacks on the season and 124 over the span of his career.
SIZZLE. 🔥 pic.twitter.com/x6mnTCWsEb— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 28, 2017
5. Flacco turns on the wheels and slides (somewhat) gracefully:
Anytime Joe Flacco takes off, Ravens fans get nervous. This time however, he turned on the jets with two minutes left in the fourth running for the first down and then some. Earlier in the game, the Ravens were forced to take a time out after Flacco slid and broke his knee brace. We'll put this slide in the highlight reel considering it sealed up a win.
And just for fun, here's a video of defensive tackle Brandon Williams squating kicker Justin Tucker.