Ravens running back Kenyan Drake looks to have found his groove in Baltimore after being with a new team in each of the last three seasons.

Drake, a key contributor amid the Ravens' two-game win streak, explained to NFL Network's Steve Wyche on NFL NOW how Baltimore's offense starts with quarterback Lamar Jackson's play style.

"It starts with eight [Lamar Jackson] he's the playmaker of the team," Drake told Wyche. "He's his own check down so anytime he has the ball in his hands, he's lined up to make a big play. Obviously, with the players we have and in that room in general, anybody could have a big day. I had mine against the Giants. Justice [Hill] had his, Gus [Edwards] had his. Mike [Davis] is going to have his. Everybody is going to have their day and we are just going to keep taking turns and try to do everything we can to help this team win games."

It's been a team contribution all around from the Ravens running backs and Jackson. The 2019 MVP quarterback is leading the team with 75 carries for 553 yards, the most by any signal-caller in 2022. This season, Baltimore has had three different rushing leaders in eight games.