The Ravens and Los Angeles Rams battled in a Week 14 game with nine lead changes that ultimately ended with Baltimore snapping its three-game losing skid in overtime.

Ravens wide receiver Tylan Wallace returned Ethan Evans’ 50-yard punt 76 yards for the 37-31 Baltimore win.

Wallace eluded a couple of tackles after fielding the punt at Baltimore’s 24-yard line, running up the sideline and leaping into the endzone, punctuating the Ravens’ win.

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson told reporters after the game he was more excited than Wallace about the return.

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“I was prepared to go back on the field,” Jackson said, per the team. “I thought it was going to be a fair catch or something but people on the sideline telling Ty, ‘You got time.’ I guess he heard it, and he just went crazy. That looked like a movie. … That was a spectacular return. That was crazy.”

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Jackson added: “I feel like I just returned it. I’m more excited than Ty. … I’m very excited for him.”

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The 26-year-old signal-caller threw for 316 yards and three touchdowns, including a 21-yard pass to Zay Flowers to give Baltimore the 31-28 lead with 1:16 left in regulation.

“I’m still sweating,” Jackson said. “That was crazy. That was a wild game. Shoutout to Ty right now. The emotions right now are electric. Not a championship game, but it was a playoff atmosphere.”

Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford led Los Angeles down the field 57 yards allowing Lucas Havrisik to kick the 36-yard field goal to tie the game with seven seconds remaining.

At the start of overtime, both clubs went three-and-out on their first possession before Wallace was the hero for Baltimore.

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With four games remaining in the regular season, the Ravens improved to 10-3. They are first in the AFC North and have a half-game lead over the Miami Dolphins for the top seed in the AFC. The two teams matchup for a New Year’s Eve tilt when Baltimore hosts Miami at M&T Bank Stadium.