Lamar Jackson, the Ravens' quarterback, demonstrated his postseason abilities in a 34-10 victory over the Houston Texans in the divisional round.

The Ravens' defense neutralized rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud, securing a spot in the AFC Championship Game.

Despite having a record of 1-3 in the playoffs, Jackson is anticipated to win his second Most Valuable Player title.

 He scored four touchdowns and gained 100 yards rushing, marking the first time the Ravens achieved this since their Super Bowl campaign in 2012.

Jackson is the fourth player in NFL history to achieve the feat of rushing for 100 yards and throwing two touchdown passes in a postseason game

• Baltimore will host the AFC Championship Game for the first time in 53 years, since the Baltimore Colts did so in the 1970 season.

 Jackson's first touchdown pass in the postseason was in the second quarter when he connected with Nelson Agholor in the end zone

Jackson has accumulated 100 rushing yards, the highest amount allowed to a quarterback this season, with the help of the Texans.