In a thrilling 37-31 overtime victory against the Los Angeles Rams, the Baltimore Ravens displayed a superior offensive performance compared to the previous season. They utilized a special teams play and some questionable officiating to secure a 76-yard punt return for a touchdown, marking their 10th win this season and making them the first AFC team to reach that total. Quarterback Lamar Jackson delivered an outstanding performance with 313 yards passing and three touchdowns, with 70 yards rushing making him the leading rusher. The Ravens faced tough competition from the Rams throughout the game, but managed to secure the win. Offensive coordinator Todd Monken decided to rely on Jackson’s arm, and the strategy paid off as they came out on top. Bolstered by strong performances from players like Zay Flowers and Odell Beckham Jr., the Ravens’ passing attack was a major factor in their victory. Moving forward, the team aims to integrate Jackson’s playmaking abilities into their game plan to achieve more successful outcomes. Overall, the Ravens believe that putting the ball in Jackson’s hands and allowing him to take charge will be key to their future success.