Lamar Jackson and the Ravens were battling to arrive at the end zone — until Baltimore’s focal point cheerful safeguard made that task a decent piece more straightforward.
Marcus Peters constrained a bobble in the final quarter — the first of three Carolina turnovers in the last 8:14 — and Jackson exploited the short field, scoring on a 1-yard run that assisted Baltimore with holding off the Pumas 13-3 on Sunday.
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“For us to have the option to sort of turn … back into being a turnover-making protection is actually no joking matter,” mentor John Harbaugh said. “We have a few people that are ball falcons.”
Baltimore further developed its turnover edge to in addition to 9 on the season, and the Ravens (7-3) presently have no less than one focus point in 12 straight games.
Justin Exhaust kicked two field objectives, including a tiebreaking 37-yarder with 8:27 excess. Then Peters constrained a bobble by Jaguars beneficiary Shi Smith, giving the Ravens the ball at the Carolina 31. Baltimore at long last scored the game’s solitary score with 7:16 to play.
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“We turned the ball an over in our own area. The safeguard is playing perfect up to that point,” Pumas quarterback Cook Mayfield said. “That set them up for their most memorable score. That is on us. One, we didn’t make an adequate number of plays. Two, in that last part, we need to safeguard the ball a tad.”
Marlon Humphrey, who recuperated Smith’s mishandle, later added a capture attempt. Jason Pierre-Paul likewise took out a pass in the last moment.
“Could JPP getting that pass?” Harbaugh said. “He said, ‘I’ve generally had incredible hands.’ So that was somewhat tomfoolery and amusing.”
Pierre-Paul lost a forefinger in a firecrackers setback that likewise harmed the thumb and center finger on his right hand in 2015.
The AFC North-driving Ravens won their fourth in a row in spite of being trapped in nonpartisan obnoxiously for a large part of the game. Jackson tossed for 209 yards with a capture and Demarcus Robinson got nine passes for 128 yards, however that was pretty much all that was working for either group unpalatably on a cold, blustery day in Baltimore.
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Exhaust and Whirlpool Piñeiro exchanged 32-yard field objectives, leaving the score tied at 3 through 3/4.
The Ravens, who have driven each game this season by twofold digits sooner or later, have had a few harsh fourth quarters — yet this wasn’t one of them. Baltimore drove 67 yards in 12 plays to define up Exhaust’s second field objective, and afterward Jackson’s TD gave the Ravens a noteworthy lead that had a good sense of reassurance.
Preceding that, Humphrey could have scored on Smith’s mishandle in the event that the play hadn’t been mistakenly halted — before authorities ultimately controlled it was a turnover.
“We needed to have a goose egg today,” Humphrey said. “You can’t be excessively frantic with three, however we’re genuinely attempting to pursue Ravens guards in the past that have shown tip top significance.”
Jackson was captured once during a first a portion of that stayed scoreless until Exhaust kicked a field objective on the last play.
“That is November, December football,” said Jackson, who missed practice Friday with what he depicted as a stomach bug. “You simply figure out how to win to get in the end of the season games. That everything revolves around this moment. Some of them going to be terrible, some of them going to be pretty, yet a success is a success.”
Mayfield, a recognizable rival for the Ravens when he was with Cleveland, tossed for 196 yards for the Jaguars (3-8). D’Onta Foreman was held to 24 yards on 11 conveys subsequent to scrambling for 389 and four scores in the past four games.
Baltimore improved to 12-3 under Harbaugh while falling off an open date, tying Pittsburgh for the best imprint in the association in that range.
Baltimore had scrambled for something like 150 yards in eight sequential games, the longest streak since the 1985 Chicago Bears did it for nine straight.
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Carolina LB Cory Littleton harmed a lower leg in the primary quarter. … Freshman S Kyle Hamilton of the Ravens left in the third with a knee injury, and T Ronnie Stanley left with a lower leg issue.
Jaguars: Host the Denver Horses on Sunday.