It is now five-straight games with a touchdown for J.K. Dobbins, the Baltimore Ravens running back and former star at Ohio State one of the hottest offensive players in the league right now.

The former Buckeye continued his strong season on Sunday, plowing ahead for a touchdown in Baltimore’s game against the New York Giants, giving the Ravens a two-score advantage early.

Dobbins made his dive with seven seconds left in the first quarter, his two-yard touchdown putting the Ravens up 14-0 on the New York Giants. He followed some good blocking, extending full body to get the ball across the goal line.

The rookie had 568 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns coming into Week 16. Dobbins has scored a touchdown in five consecutive games. Not too bad for a first year player.

This past April, Dobbins was taken No. 55 overall in the second round of the NFL Draft. In 2019 at Ohio State, he was named both an All-American and All-Big Ten.