Ravens vs. Texans highlights: Lamar Jackson’s touchdowns, score


Led by likely NFL MVP Lamar Jackson, the Baltimore Ravens beat the Houston Texans 34-10 on Saturday in the AFC divisional playoffs at M&T Bank Stadium, advancing to next weekend’s AFC championship game.

Jackson had two touchdown passes (16-for-22, 152 yards) and two touchdown runs (100 yards on 11 carries) for Baltimore in the win. The game was tied 10-10 at halftime after Houston’s Steven Sims returned a punt for a touchdown in the second quarter, but the Ravens defense held the Texans scoreless after the intermission.

The Ravens will face either the Buffalo Bills or Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC championship next Sunday.

Here’s how all the action unfolded on Saturday in Baltimore:

Lamar Jackson scores a touchdown in the fourth quarter against Houston.

Who do the Ravens play next?

The Ravens will host either the Buffalo Bills or the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC championship game next Sunday, Jan. 28 at 3 p.m. ET.

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The Bills and Chiefs face off in a divisional round matchup on Sunday. 

It will mark Lamar Jackson’s first career AFC championship game. When asked what he’s looking forward too, Jackson said matter-of-factly, “Just playing. Getting on that field and we will go from there.”



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