The Ravens offense is just toying with the Bengals through the first half in Cincinnati.
Baltimore put backup quarterback Robert Griffin III into the game in the backfield with quarterback Lamar Jackson and Mark Ingram.
Jackson and Griffin ran for nine yards as Griffin went immediately to the sideline with a smile and hugs from his teammates.
As indicated by Mike Freeman, it 's likely the first time in NFL history three Heisman Trophy winners have run the triple option together on the same play.
The play was just another wrinkle in the Ravens' already wildly exciting offense.
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The tight end is typically a quarterback's best friend, and this season, Lamar Jackson has been fortunate enough to have three of them.
With a three-yard touchdown reception against the Bills in Week 14, Nick Boyle helped fellow tight ends Mark Andrews and Hayden Hurst make franchise history.
According to NFL Research, Ravens tight ends have combined for 10 touchdown catches on the season, which is the most in Ravens history.
Boyle and Hurst have combined for three scores while Andrews has done most of the heavy-lifting in the red zone with seven.
Between the three, they've combined for over 1,200 receiving yards on the year.
The best offenses are those that execute in the red area, and with Andrews, Boyle and Hurst as big targets for Jackson, it's no wonder the Ravens haven't lost in over two months.
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Lamar Jackson is incredible, and he finds new ways to add to his MVP resume each week.
That continued against the Bills, one of the stingiest defenses in the NFL. It didn't matter for Jackson, who showed off his elusiveness on the ground early and often.
Let's track all the ways Jackson made our jaws drop this week.
- Jackson breaks all of the ankles on one run
- He passes 1,000 yards on the ground on the same move, which will show again because it's unbelievable
- Even when he gets tackled for a loss, he can wow with a stiff arm
- It doesn't always look pretty, but nobody's better when a play breaks down
- Jackson removes his sleeves and immediately throws a 61-yard touchdown