Lamar dazzles as Ravens hold off Chiefs on SNF
With a chance to potentially run out the clock, the Ravens opted not to punt and instead go for the dagger while facing a fourth-and-1 from their 43-yard line. Head coach John Harbaugh could be seen yelling at Jackson from the sideline asking if his quarterback wanted to go for it.
Jackson was responsible for all three of the Ravens' second-half scores. He completed an incredible jump pass to Marquise Brown for a 42-yard touchdown in the third quarter before adding two rushing TDs in the fourth to give Baltimore a lead it would never relinquish.
The dual-threat QB had a team-high 107 yards rushing while adding 239 passing yards. Sunday marked Jackson's first career victory against Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City.