Baltimore's offensive playmakers Lamar Jackson and Gus Edwards weren't the only ones to make big plays against the Browns on Monday night.
Ravens linebacker Tyus Bowser read Baker Mayfield's eyes and made an incredible one-handed play on the ball, intercepting the Cleveland quarterback to set up a relatively simple red zone score.
Running back J.K. Dobbins joined in on Jackson and Edwards' rushing TD party, notching one of his own from close range with the help of some great blocking from the offensive line.
That was Bowser's third interception of the 2020 season, as he also picked off the likes of Tennessee's Ryan Tannehill and Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger in two key games for Baltimore. Though both those games ended as losses, Bowser's most impressive INT of the season helped provide a three-score cushion for the Ravens in a must-win game as they push for the postseason.
The impressive highlight-reel turnover drew quite the celebration from teammate Marlon Humphrey, too.