Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson lost his first fumble of the season Sunday, thanks to 49ers safety Marcell Harris. 

Jackson broke for a first down on a run early in the third quarter, but Harris ripped the ball from the second-year pro's left hand in the secondary. 

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Harris' forced fumble came at a crucial time. The Ravens were marching down the field and looked prime to add to their 17-14 lead over the 49ers. Instead, Harris got the 49ers the ball back, leading to Robbie Gould knotting the game at 17 on the ensuing drive. 

Jackson's fumble was just his sixth turnover of the season. Whether or not the 49ers win, Harris might want to keep that ball, considering how rare it has been to see the MVP frontrunner give the ball away.