Ravens-49ers game has lived up to billing with Baltimore up 17-14 at half

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The Ravens-49ers game should have a bigger audience instead of a regional audience. In a potential Super Bowl matchup, the game has lived up to the hype despite the wet conditions.

One of the best games of the season has the Ravens holding a 17-14 lead after Robbie Gould had a 51-yard field-goal attempt blocked by Marlon Humphrey on the final play of the first half.

The 49ers gained 212 yards to the Ravens’ 158.

MVP favorite Lamar Jackson has completed 8 of 14 passes for 62 yards and a touchdown, a 20-yard pass to Mark Andrews. Jackson also has run for 57 yards and a touchdown on seven carries.

Justin Tucker‘s 30-yard field goal is the difference so far.

Jimmy Garoppolo has a 33-yard touchdown throw to Deebo Samuel on third down, and Raheem Mostert scored on a 40-yard run.

9 responses to “Ravens-49ers game has lived up to billing with Baltimore up 17-14 at half

  1. Great game so far. Shanahan on the last drive of the half burnt too much time on the second play of the drive and ended up running out of time with three time outs . That was dumb of shanahan. It cost us a field goal.

  2. MVP favorite Lamar Jackson has completed 8 of 14 passes for 62 yards

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    That’s an MVP eh? 🤔

  3. Bad officiating on the pass interference calls Niners get a first down on a bad call and ravens don’t get a first on a worse call

  4. Wheres californianewton you usually have something to say now you can wait to see if your Niners are in second place after tomorrow night

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