Jackson, Andrews lead Ravens to win
Lamar Jackson threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to former OU star Marquise Brown on the first possession of overtime to give the Baltimore Ravens a 3125 victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Monday night.
The Baltimore quarterback threw for a career-high 442 yards and four touchdowns, including a pair of short TD passes to Mark Andrews in the fourth quarter as the Ravens rallied from a 25-9 deficit. Andrews, who also played at Oklahoma, caught the two 2-point conversions during that furious comeback.
Jackson went 37 of 43 without an interception. He also ran for 62 yards. Subtract the 5 yards Jackson lost when sacked, he accounted for 499 of Baltimore's 523 net yards on the night.
NFL: The league selected the cities Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich on Tuesday to enter a final bidding stage to host a regular-season game in Germany. Next season is the target for Germany to host its first game. Germany has a strong and growing NFL fan base and one of the world's largest economies, making the country a logical target for a league with visions of worldwide growth.