Ravens lead Texans 17-10 at half

AP

The Ravens lead the Texans 17-10 after a somewhat entertaining first half.

Baltimore needed a minute . . . or two to get it going. The Ravens went three-and-out to open the game and then allowed the Texans to go 90 yards, making three defensive penalties during the drive, as Lamar Miller scored on a 4-yard run.

Houston ended up with 173 total yards as Terrell Suggs made a sack, safety Tony Jefferson intercepted a pass and the Ravens defensed four passes.

Tom Savage was 13-of-20 for 147 yards and the interception.

The Ravens gained 181 yards as Joe Flacco completed 11 of 20 passes for 89 yards. Baltimore used a short Houston punt and then a fake punt to set up their first touchdown — a 10-yard run by Javorius Allen — and Jefferson’s pick led to Alex Collins‘ 8-yard touchdown run to complete a 46-yard drive.

Justin Tucker tacked on a 53-yard field goal with seven seconds remaining in the half.

1 responses to “Ravens lead Texans 17-10 at half

  1. My God will someone PLEASE tell ESPN to move their mic/camera/whatever sound pickup device they have going that is CONSTANTLY picking up some dude SCREAMING on the sidelines excitedly? I’ve had to mute my tv I’m so sick of listening to that.

    What a horrible presentation of a game for a network that should have much more experience televising a sports event.

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