A 49 yard touchdown comeback through the back corner Xavian Howard The exclamation point was on a notable effort from the Miami Dolphins’ defense in a 22-10 win over the Baltimore Ravens Thursday night.
Howard Ravens Inventory Wide Receiver Sammy Watkins Picking up the loose ball, he made his way through the Baltimore attack to highlight Miami night.
The Dolphins held Baltimore to just 10 points and fired Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson four times that night. The Ravens managed only 153 yards of total attack during three quarters until they played from the back late. Baltimore scored on his opening game run at 46 yards Justin Tucker Field goal and won’t score again until 4:12 left in the game.
The dolphins started tonight with Jacobi Brisset A quarterback before a knee injury kept him out early in the third quarter. Toa Tagoviloa, who was in the backup role Thursday night only due to a broken finger, was forced into the squad due to Brissett’s injury. But whether it was Brissett or Tagovailoa at the helm, the Dolphins attack wasn’t able to provide much of a boost on the scoreboard until late.
Three times in the night, the Dolphins moved the ball inside the Baltimore line 5 yards only to stop driving. The only Dolphins attacking player to find the end zone in the first 57 minutes of play was the right keeper Robert Hunt, who got a pass from Tagoviloa intended for him Miles Gaskin And rattling for the result of 6 years. However, Hunt was an ineligible recipient and the score would not be counted.
Jason Sanders Field goal attempts were converted from 31, 22 and 29 yards as Dolphins snatched a 9-3 lead with 12:34 left to play.
Howard’s touchdown gave the Dolphins a 15-3 lead after a failed two-point conversion attempt. Baltimore finally found the end zone with just over four minutes left to play when Jackson hit Mark Andrews For a 5 yard drop. The Ravens were the beneficiaries of a 35-yard shootout on the road with two tough penalty kicks and a defensive call helping the efforts.
Complete 65 yards from Tagoviloa to Albert Wilson On a failed coverage of Baltimore was the catalyst for Miami to beat the game. The fourth time proved to be the magic of Dolphins’ attack inside the Ravens’ 5-yard line as Tagoviloa scored in a 1-yard quarterback offside to seal Miami’s victory.
Justin Coleman Jackson intercepted in the end zone with 43 seconds left to wrap up Miami’s defensive effort.
Tagoviloa finished the night by completing 8 of 13 passes for 158 yards and trajectory for 1 yard. Brissett completed 11 of 23 passes for 156 yards before being knocked out in the opening round of the third quarter.
Jackson completed 26 of 43 passes for 238 yards with a touchdown and a interception by Baltimore.
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