After sluggish start to the game, the Ravens' offense got into sync midway through the first half in a crucial game against the Houston Texans in Week 11.
Baltimore opened a 14-0 lead at the break on a pair of touchdown passes by Lamar Jackson.
It was the Ravens' sole first-half shutout of the season.
Jackson completed just one of his first six passes. However, he found a rhythm in the second half with seven straight completions.
The Ravens took a 7-0 lead on a 15-yard pass from Jackson to Seth Roberts with 9:24 left in the second quarter. It was Roberts' first touchdown of the season.
Baltimore increased the lead to 14-0 on an 18-yard pass from Jackson to tight end Mark Andrews.
Jackson was 8 of 13 for 97 yards with the two scores (124 passer rating).
Justin Tucker missed a 43-yard field-goal attempt when his kick hit the right upright. It was Tucker's first miss of the season after making 22 straight field-goal attempts.
Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson was 10 of 15 for 102 yards with (86 passer rating) and was sacked five times.
If the season ended today, the Ravens (7-2) would be the No. 2 seed behind the New England Patriots (8-1) in the AFC playoffs. If New England slips down the road, Baltimore owns the tie-breaker by virtue of its 37-20 victory in Week 9. That’s why it’s vital for the Ravens to take down Houston. If the Texans escape with a victory, they could put themselves in position for that first-round bye