Ravens’ Lamar Jackson connects with Hayden Hurst for huge 61-yard TD vs. Bills
After a subdued offensive performance in the first half, the Baltimore Ravens came out firing in the second half against the Buffalo Bills. Quarterback Lamar Jackson connected with tight end Hayden Hurst for a 61-yard score on the opening drive, with Hurst’s red hair flapping in the wind as he soared toward the end zone during the third quarter.
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The touchdown grab for Hurst was his second of the season and third of his career. Not traditionally an offensive threat on a down-to-down basis, Hurst last found the end zone back during Week 2 on a one-yard grab.
As for Jackson, his route to the league’s MVP Award continues to become straighter each time that he takes the field. On the same day that he rushed for over 1,000 yards — becoming just the second signal caller in league history to do so — he also tossed another long score to get his team a two-score lead.
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