The Ravens' streak of consecutive games with 100 or more rushing yards is still alive — thanks to some gamesmanship in Week 4 against the Broncos.

Baltimore got the chance after picking off Denver quarterback Drew Lock in the end zone with just three seconds left, giving them the ball at their 20. The Ravens were ahead 23-7.

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Instead having his team enter victory formation, Baltimore coach John Harbaugh ran a play in hopes of tying the record for most games in a row with 100 or more yards on the ground.

It worked. The game's final play was a 5-yard run by Lamar Jackson to give the Ravens 102 total rushing yards. Jackson finished with 28 yards on seven carries to add to the 251 rushing yards he had entering the game.

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Harbaugh said after the game that it was fully his call to run a play, citing the magnitude of the streak.

Baltimore averaged just 3.4 yards per carry against Denver and had just one run of 10 or more yards.

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The Ravens' streak began Nov. 18, 2018, when they rushed for 267 yards on 53 carries in a 24-21 Week 11 win over the Bengals. Baltimore is 34-9 during the streak and has rushed for 8,530 yards and 58 touchdowns.

The only other team with 100-plus rushing yards in as many consecutive games is the Steelers, who accomplished the feat from Dec. 8, 1974, to Dec. 10, 1977. Pittsburgh went 32-11 during its streak and rushed for 8,128 yards and 76 touchdowns.

Baltimore will look to set the record in Week 5 against a Colts team that ranks 28th in the NFL in rush defense.