Justin Tucker kicked a 43-yard field goal as time expired, and the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Cincinnati Bengals, 19-17, on Sunday night.
Seconds after the two-minute warning, with the Ravens leading 16-10, Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow crossed the goal line to score a touchdown, giving Cincinnati a one-point lead. 17-16, after the extra point.
Burrow and the Bengals were left with 1:58 left, enough time for Lamar Jackson and the Ravens to put together a winning series.
Jackson led a 50-yard drive in seven plays, capped off by Tucker’s game-winning field goal. Three plays later, Jackson broke free in the middle of the field for a 19-yard gain, putting the Ravens nicely in Bengals territory.
A few plays later, Tucker snapped the posts, improving the Ravens to 3-2 on the season.
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