Heading into Sunday's matchup between the Ravens and Chiefs, it was assumed that the contest featuring two 2-0 teams with loads of talent would be a battle, or a fight.
For running back Mark Ingram II, it seems like he took the analogy literally.
Following Ingram's second touchdown of the game, this one from 19 yards out, the running back found himself near a Chiefs' logo. To celebrate his score, he promptly put up his fists and began boxing the logo.
Though Chiefs fans may not be happy with it, Ingram didn't receive any flags for the celebration. In the future though, the NFL may have to look into how to handle hits against a defenseless logo.
Ingram's touchdown cut the Kansas City lead to 23-13. Earlier in the game, the running back opened up the scoring with a two-yard rushing touchdown in the first quarter.
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