Ravens' Lamar Jackson jukes a pass-rusher, then drops a dime to Mark Andrews

CLEVELAND -- Lamar Jackson took advantage of a defense pressuring him once again to deliver one of his more athletic touchdown passes of the season.

Jackson's 14-yard touchdown pass to tight end Mark Andrews with nine seconds left in the first half was his 23rd of the season against a blitz. The only other quarterback with 20-plus touchdown passes against the blitz in a season since ESPN began tracking those plays was Tom Brady in 2012 (with 20).

On this play, Jackson sidestepped unblocked cornerback T.J. Carrie and then jumped in the air to toss an off-balance throw to the back of the end zone, where Andrews got behind safety Damarious Randall. This was Andrews' second touchdown of the game and his 10th of the season, which leads all NFL tight ends.