Lamar Jackson's NFL start in Week 11 against the Cincinnati Bengals was one of the most anticipated game of the season for the Baltimore Ravens.
But even more anticipated was how the first-round pick would follow up on the record-making win in his second start against the Oakland Raiders.
After going 13-of-19 for 150 yards in the air and rushing for 117 yards on 27 attempts Week 11, Jackson and the Ravens made it clear that the first-round pick can, and will, throw the ball more in Week 12.
That promise was kept as Jackson was 14-of-25 for 178 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions finding Mark Andrews, John Brown, Hayden Hurst, Michael Crabtree and Nick Boyle along the way.
But the rushing game still reigned supreme for the Ravens in the 34-17 win.
Running back Gus 'the bus' Edwards recorded 100+ rushing yards for the second straight week, finishing the day with 23 rushing attempts for 118 yards while trade deadline acquisition, Ty Montgomery, saw his fair share of action with eight rushing attempts for 51 yards.
During the second-half of the game, the Ravens committed to sticking with what Jackson has been the most comfortable, and successful with, and that's taking matters into his own hands.
Jackson finished the day with 11 rushing attempts for 71 yards and one rushing touchdown with his long coming in at 39 yards. He now has the most rushing yards (192) by a quarterback in his first two consecutive starts in the Super Bowl Era, per ESPN Stats & Info.
It was another solid day for the rookie in what was head coach John Harbaugh's 100th career win.
Now as the Ravens head to Atlanta in Week 13 to take on the Falcons, the team is faced with an interesting dilemma as Joe Flacco is nearing a return from a hip injury sustained in Week 9.
Nonetheless, the Ravens must feel confident in the options they have after a total team win.
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