Jacoby Jones capped a record-setting day for the Baltimore Ravens with a kickoff return touchdown.
With the Ravens already leading 48-20 in the fourth quarter, the Raiders kicked off after a 47-yard field goal by Sebastian Janikowski. Baltimore's emerging special teams star caught the ball five yards into the end zone and took it out. Once Jones found a big hole near the 15-yard line, he kicked into another gear.
Jones had a clear path to the end zone as he crossed Baltimore's 30-yard line and ran 105 yards untouched for the touchdown. He tied an NFL record back in October with a 108-yard return touchdown against Dallas.
With 55 total points, Baltimore broke its single-game franchise points record. Jones ran into the history books as well.