Marquise 'Hollywood' Brown scored 2 TDs on his first 2 catches from Lamar Jackson

First-round pick Marquise “Hollywood” Brown didn’t need much time to make a difference for the Baltimore Ravens.

Halfway into the first quarter of the Ravens’ game against the Miami Dolphins, Brown caught is very first pass in the NFL, a short throw from QB Lamar Jackson. And then immediately after catching it, Brown got another important first: he scored his very first touchdown. And he looked great doing it.

Brown, who was selected 25th overall out of Oklahoma, helped put the Ravens up 14-0 on the Dolphins. And then just a few minutes later, Brown and Jackson connected again, and there was even more magic.

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That 83-yard TD, during which Brown shook off a guy literally pulling at his foot, put the Ravens up 21-0. You can’t ask for a better first-ever quarter of professional football from a rookie.

The first two touchdowns of Brown’s career contributed to a historic first half of football for the Ravens.

They led Miami 42-10 after the first half. The Dolphins might be bad, guys. Really, really bad.

Ravens rookie Hollywood Brown had zero trouble adjusting to the NFL in his first game. (Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images)
Ravens rookie Hollywood Brown had zero trouble adjusting to the NFL in his first game. (Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images)

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