Watch: Devin Duvernay makes outstanding touchdown grab vs. Vikings

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Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Devin Duvernay made an outstanding touchdown catch to cap off an 18 play, 82-yard drive to tie the game against the Minnesota Vikings at 24-24. Baltimore held they ball for for ten minutes, and it was apparent that the Vikings’ defense was getting tired as the drive wore on.

Included in the drive was 4th-and-short play lead by quarterback Lamar Jackson, and a screen pass on 3rd-and-15 to Marquise Brown to gain an important first down to keep the drive alive. The Ravens were gaining all kinds of momentum on their long drive, so punting would’ve been a big momentum swing for the Vikings.

The catch marked Duvernay’s second-career NFL touchdown, and it was a highlight reel of a catch, much like his first career touchdown reception earlier in the season against the Detroit Lions.

Head coach John Harbaugh mentioned earlier in the week that he wanted to get Duvernay more involved in the offense, and that has been the case in the game today. The more that Duvernay is involved in the offense and attracts attention, the better off Brown and Rashod Bateman will be for the offense and that will also help Lamar Jackson.