2019: Ravens at Dolphins, W 59-10
The start of the Lamar Jackson Era and the "Not bad for a running back" game.
Lamar already started a good number of games in the year before from Week 10 on, but this was the true birth of a superstar. Jackson destroyed Miami on their own turf throwing five touchdowns and completing a ridiculous 17-of-20 passes for 324 yards while entirely avoiding getting picked off.
Not happy enough with that performance, the Ravens stepped up their game and Mark Ingram added 107 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 14 carries. Gus Edwards added 56 yards on 17 totes. Anthony Levine had one single 60-yard carry. Even Justice Hill rushed for 27 yards on seven attempts.
And on the receiving end, two pass-catchers racked up 100+ yards with Mark Andrews getting 108 and a TD on an 8-for-8 receiving outing with Marquise "Hollywood" Brown grabbing 4-of-5 targets for 147 yards and two scores.
Patrick Ricard and Miles Boykin scored the other two receiving touchdowns on sweet 1-for-1 target days. See it to believe it.