Ravens vs Titans score, highlights, highlights and live tracker

For those keeping track of the score, it’s Justin Tucker, 12. The Ravens, 6, and the Titans, 3. Jay Flowers has the only points not scored by a kicker today.

Aha. John Harbaugh probably feels like a genius right now. Instead of attempting a long field goal, he decided to go for it on 4th and 3. The Titans’ Kyle Phillips then proceeds to muff the punt just outside the shadow of the end zone. With one second left, Justin Tucker comes in to kick a field goal, and the Ravens are now up 18-3.

Lamar Jackson was tackled for a four-yard loss on third-and-goal. Tell me if you’ve heard this before, but Justin Tucker comes out for another field goal. Ravens up, 9-3.

We have Devin DuVernay’s 70-yard punt return. The Ravens first play gets inside the redzone.

The first punt of the game comes. Derrick Henry had a first down, but an illegal layup ruined it. The next play is an incomplete pass.

Both teams have plenty of redzone visits so far, but only three field goals between the Ravens and Titans so far. Lamar Jackson throws his first incompletion — a throw to Odell Beckham, Jr. in the back of the end zone — that leads to another Justin Tucker field goal. Tucker hit a 28-yard field goal to give Baltimore a 6–3 lead late in the first quarter.

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