The Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the visiting Baltimore Ravens at TIAA Bank Field on Sunday. It was a wild end with everything from a rave touchdown, a two-point conversion, and a 67-yard field goal attempt.
Let’s take a closer look at how the Jaggs took their fourth win of the season.
The Ravens led 19–10 in the fourth quarter after a touchdown by Gus Edwards, but the Jaguars responded with a hit by Jamal Agnew. Then a Riley Patterson field goal made it 20-19, but it only lasted about two minutes. Baltimore scored another touchdown on the board along with a two-point conversion to make the game 27-20 just over two minutes into the game. Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence & Company needed a touchdown and had to cover 75 yards to do so. This drive included a fumble recovered from offense and a down conversion in his fourth, but then marched down the field and caught his 10-yard pass from Lawrence to Marvin Jones Jr.
Just one point behind at 27-26, the Jaguars were able to score an extra point to level the game and send it into overtime. However, head coach Doug Pederson didn’t point it out and left the offense on the field.
Tucker’s 67-yard effort narrowly missed the goalposts, the clock ran out, and the Jaguars secured the win.
The home side took their chances and played to win the game instead of a draw and it paid off. Lawrence completed a pass to Zay Jones for a 2-point conversion, with just 14 seconds remaining to give the Jaguars his 28-27 lead. That ending alone would have been fun, but things got even more exciting when the Ravens got the ball back. With two seconds left and the Jaguars at 49, the Ravens put their trust in the legs of one of the best kickers in the league.
After the game, Pederson said he wasn’t the one who scored the two goals, but the players who wanted to win. He said he trusts his players and wants to trust their reputation.
In the past two seasons, he has made his four successful two-point conversion attempts in his final minute of the game. The Ravens played in three of those games, and Baltimore lost all three.
The Jaguars are currently 4-7, but the Ravens he’s 7-4.
- In a thrilling game that ends with a two-point conversion and a 67-yard field goal attempt, the Jaguars defeat the Ravens
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