BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Ravens played a sloppy first half of football including three interceptions by quarterback Lamar Jackson.

The offense struggled to sustain drives and hadn’t scored a touchdown until Jackson began zeroing in on his No. 1 target in Mark Andrews. Andrews made two monster catches, including one for a touchdown, on Baltimore’s first drive after halftime.

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The first catch Andrew made was a one-handed grab that he somehow hauled in after being interfered with by a defender. This isn’t the first time there’s been a crazy one-handed circus catch on Sunday Night Football either.

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The second catch, arguably wilder than the first, happened when Jackson was flushed out of the pocket by Browns defenders. Scrambling around to buy time, Jackson unleashed a long ball that looked like he was throwing it away.

Instead, Andrews came racing toward the ball from the back of the end zone and reeled it in with a diving catch.

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The play was so good, opposing defender Myles Garrett shook Jackson’s hand afterward.

CBS Baltimore Staff