How the Ravens’ offense fared vs. the Jaguars
The Ravens offense struggled in Sunday’s 31-24 win over the Jaguars in Baltimore.
The Ravens offense was on fire for most of the game, going up 20-3 in the third quarter with Ravens receiver Danny Amendola hitting a 54-yard touchdown with 14:15 left in the half.
After that, it was down to just one touchdown and four punts, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
That includes a 53-yarder by Amendola that was ruled a touchback after being touched by Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who appeared to knock the ball out of the air.
The Ravens converted the ensuing punt into a touchdown, but the Jaguars couldn’t get the ball back in the end zone.
The Jaguars were able to convert three of four third-quarter scoring drives.
They did it despite having to deal with a hamstring injury to defensive end Elvis Dumervil.
That was the third straight game Dumervill was ruled out.
He also was hurt in Week 1 when he was carted off the field in the second quarter with an ankle injury.
The Jaguars held him out of practice the next week before he returned.
The team had to wait for him to return before being able to play in the game.
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