Brown, Andrews Rewrite Record Book in Ravens Win

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A pair of Sooners established themselves in Baltimore Ravens’ record books in Thursday's 42-21 win against New York Jets.

Mark Andrews set a franchise record for most touchdown receptions in a season by a tight end with eight. The franchise record had previously been held by Todd Heap (2005) and Dennis Pitta (2012).

Andrews wrapped up the night with four receptions for 52 yards and touchdown grab.

Following the game, quarterback Lamar Jackson talked about saving the record-breaking ball for Andrews.

Marquise Brown, Jackson's second favorite target (67), tied the franchise mark for most touchdowns in a single-season by a wideout with seven, tying Torrey Smith (2011) and Marlon Brown (2013). Brown was held to four receptions and 45 yards and a touchdown against the Jets.

Ravens travel to Cleveland to play Baker Mayfield’s Browns next week.

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