J.K. Dobbins gets first career NFL TD in season opener with Baltimore Ravens
J.K. Dobbins has crossed the goal line for the first time in his professional career.
On Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens hosted the Cleveland Browns on the opening weekend of the NFL season. With a 10-6 lead, Baltimore dialed up a handoff to Dobbins from the 3-yard line, and the former Ohio State star raced around the edge and was able find the end zone for his first career touchdown in the NFL.
The touchdown, which came with less than 3 minutes to play in the first half, gave Baltimore a 17-6 lead. The Ravens also took a 24-6 advantage into the locker room.
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Dobbins was the team’s second-leading rusher through the first two quarters of the game, totaling 18 yards and a touchdown on 4 carries. Quarterback Lamar Jackson had 29 yards on 5 carries.
In his final season at Ohio State, Dobbins piled up 2,003 yards on the ground and 21 rushing touchdowns. He was a second-round selection in the 2020 NFL Draft, going No. 55 overall to Baltimore.