Lamar Jackson, the NFL Most Valuable Player, led the Baltimore Ravens to a 34-10 victory over the Houston Texans in the AFC divisional playoffs.

The Baltimore Ravens have made it clear that they intend to take part in the upcoming Associated Football Conference championship game.

 Jackson scored two touchdown passes and two touchdown runs, completing 16 out of 22 attempts for a total of 152 yards.

 Houston's Steven Sims scored a touchdown on a punt return in the second quarter, resulting in a 10-10 tie at halftime.

After the halftime break, the Texans were unable to score any points because of the defence played by the Ravens.

 The Ravens are set to compete against either the Buffalo Bills or the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC championship next Sunday.

 The Ravens have a record of 13-4, a six-game winning streak, and a three-game winning streak with the Texans.

The Ravens' defense is the most superior in the entire National Football League, leading the league in points conceded and turnovers generated.