Well that was as much fun as I can remember in a non-Pittsburgh regular season win since maybe the night Baltimore closed down Texas Stadium.
With 199 yards rushing, Ravens down slightly from their 205 ypg average. Since Lamar took over at QB, they're now 11-3 in the regular season, and 2 of the losses were by one score at KC (including one in OT). The other, of course, was that home stinker vs Cleveland earlier this year. In those 14 games they have 3,036 yards rushing. The 14-game regular season record is 3,088 by the 73 Bills.
I know it's already Lamar's team, but by the sound of the vets, he's now commanding the entire show in a way he hadn't yet done - convincing Harbaugh to go for the TD on 4th and 2 from the 8 was a big part of that. Amazing he's only 22. It is going to be fascinating to see what Belichick cooks up in a couple weeks to try to stop him. I think he'll put 8 in the box, bracket the TE and play man on the outside, forcing Lamar to make contested throws to WRs. Hopefully Hollywood is back and healthy.
Also, Suggs now has 5 sacks on the season, tying him at #9 on the all-time list with HOFers Richard Dent and John Randle at 137.5. His next ties him with DeMarcus Ware at #8 and the one after that moves him into a tie at #7 with Jason Taylor. Strahan is #6 at 141.5 and then there's no way he reaches Chris Doleman at #5 with 150.5. I think he's pretty clearly a HOFer at this point, and getting into the top 6 might make him first ballot material.