J.K. Dobbins is making it look easy, even with the box stacked against him.

The Baltimore Ravens running back, formerly of Ohio State, pieced together a 72-yard run on Sunday afternoon at the Cincinnati Bengals. With eight defensive players in the box, Dobbins still managed to get out between the guards, squeeze through a tight space and then showed off some serious speed for his second touchdown of the game.

And let’s shout-out the control at the line of scrimmage by the Ravens line.

It was the first multi-touchdown rushing game of his NFL career for the rookie running back. Dobbins was a second-round pick of the Ravens in last April’s NFL Draft, selected No. 55 overall. Including his multiple touchdowns in Week 17, he now has a touchdown in six straight games.

The touchdown run put the Ravens up 38-3. Yea, this one is over.

The long run gave Dobbins 160 rushing yards on the afternoon on 13 carries to go along with his two rushing touchdowns. It hasn’t been a bad afternoon running the ball for Dobbins or fellow Big Ten running back Gus Edwards.

Edwards, who played one season at Rutgers as a graduate transfer, had 60 rushing yards on 12 carries.