BALTIMORE -- Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson took advantage of a blown coverage by the Los Angeles Rams to rediscover the deep pass.

Late in the first quarter, Jackson connected on a 54-yard touchdown pass to a wide-open tight end Isaiah Likely to put Baltimore ahead, 7-3. Jackson's pass traveled over 25 yards in the air and was the deep touchdown throw for him since the season opener.

Likely, who was uncovered on the play, had 11 yards of separation, which are the most Jackson has ever had on any touchdown pass he's thrown in his six-year NFL career, according to ESPN Stats & Information. This was the first touchdown of the season for Likely, a fourth-round pick from a year ago.

He is taking over for tight end Mark Andrews, who will miss the rest of the regular season with an ankle injury.