The Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Baltimore Ravens by a score of 12-7 Monday night, moving the Steelers into first place in the AFC North division. The Steelers are currently 5-2, the Ravens 4-2.
The Ravens held the Jaguars to 205 total yards and didn’t allow a touchdown, as all of Jacksonville’s points came on Josh Scobee field goals, including three of 51 yards or more. But the Jags were even stingier, allowing the Ravens only 146 total yards, including just 34 yards rushing. The Ravens’ only points came on a touchdown pass from Joe Flacco to Anquan Boldin late in the fourth quarter. The Ravens then tried an onside kick, but couldn’t recover it.
Maurice Jones-Drew had 105 yards rushing for the Jaguars, although he also had three fumbles, one of which the Jags lost.
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