Ravens' lose a heartbreaker in OT against the Titans, 30-24
Updated: Nov 23, 2020
Baltimore, MD- Ravens lose a tough one in overtime to the Titans 30-24.
Coming off a loss against the New England Patriots last week, the Ravens wanted to bounce back and get a victory over a tough Titan's defense this week.
After being down 7-0 early in the first quarter, the Ravens tacked on a field goal to get on the board, 7-3 at the end of the quarter. At the start of the second quarter, the Ravens had a productive drive, but failed to punch the ball in the endzone . They had to settle for another Justin Tucker field goal, which cut the Titans' lead to one, 7-6.
Late into the quarter, the Ravens secured their first lead of the day with J.K. Dobbins powering his way into the endzone for the one-yard touchdown. Baltimore went for the two-point conversion and converted, 14-7. At the end of the half, the Ravens was hanging onto a four point lead, 14-10.
Coming out the gate in the second half, Jackson hit Mark Andrews for the 31-yard touchdown bomb to build a comfortable lead, 21-10. The Titans marched right down the field on the ensuing drive, but the Ravens stopped them on a third and goal to force a field goal. The Titans connected on the field goal and trailed the Ravens by eight, 21-13.
Baltimore's defense held up on another third and goal and forced Tennessee to kick another field goal with 11 minutes left in regulation, 21-16.
With two minutes left in regulation, the Raven's defense cold not stop A.J. Brown from scoring a touchdown to put the Titans in the lead. Tennessee went for two and was successful to make it a three point game, 24-21.
Ravens marched down the field and put Tucker in position to kick a field goal and send the game to overtime. Tucker's kick was successful and sent the game into overtime.
After a three and out by the Ravens, the Titans won the game on a 29-yard bruising run by Derrick Henry to break Baltimore's heart in OT.
Jackson finished the game with 186 yards through the air, 51 yards on the ground, and 1 touchdown.