Ravens score on first possession of second half to pull away from Texans

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The Ravens opened the second half the way they closed the first half — with a touchdown.

Baltimore scored on its final two possessions of the first half — not counting a one-play kneel down to end the second quarter — and opened the second half with a six-play, 78-yard drive.

Lamar Jackson‘s 25-yard touchdown pass to Mark Ingram with 11:33 remaining in the third quarter has the Ravens out to a 21-0 lead on Houston.

Jackson now is 11-of-16 for 141 yards and three touchdowns after a rough first quarter. He has completed passes to eight different receivers.

Jackson also has 45 rushing yards.

9 responses to “Ravens score on first possession of second half to pull away from Texans

  1. Ravens are completely wrecking a supposed contender for the AFC crown. They handily beat my Pats. And they are doing it with defense. A good defense and an unstoppable running game is a recipe for a trophy.

  2. That 2nd touchdown was a clear and obvious illegal pick play. Even the announcers made that clear.

    That no-call along with the obvious no-call PI on Hopkins made it blatantly obvious that the NFL and it’s officials needed/wanted the Ravens to win that game to further promote the Lamar Jackson hype.

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