Ravens’ Mark Andrews Sets Record Pace in Playoff Race, Chases Bengals’ Sam Hubbard for 98-Yard TD

Sam Hubbard set the record for the longest ball return in postseason history, going 123 yards to the Ravens’ end zone. He hit a career-high 20.72 mph, and despite Mark Andrews sprinting to catch him, Hubbard finished with the fourth-longest defensive scoring streak in playoff history. Logan Wilson forced a fumble, and while Andrews’ effort was not rewarded with tackles, he still had a couple of important performances in the game. A touchdown led to a 14-point swing, but the Ravens still fought to the end. It’s an amazing feat and the team looks forward to getting better.

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