Ravens’ fourth bet backfires as Bills win in last game | NFL

Tyler Bass threw a 21-yard field goal on the final play of the game, and Josh Allen rallied the Buffalo Bills from a 17-point deficit to beat the Baltimore Ravens 23-20 on Sunday.

With the score tied at 20 in the final quarter, the Ravens (2-2) had the second down from the Buffalo yard line. Two consecutive runs failed to reach the end zone, and Baltimore decided to go there fourth on both.

Lamar Jackson had to scramble a bit, then threw a pass into the end zone which was intercepted by Jordan Poyer for a touchdown with 4:09 remaining – a disastrous result for the Ravens as it meant the Bills (3- 1) were not sunk deeply as if following an incompleteness.

From there, Allen calmly guided Buffalo into field goal range, capping his team’s comeback from a 20-3 deficit late in the second quarter. It was the second consecutive home game in which Baltimore let slip a sizable lead. Miami rallied from a 21-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Ravens 42-38 two weekends ago.

Allen threw for 213 yards with a touchdown and an interception, and Jackson passed for 144 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. The star quarterbacks matchup didn’t quite live up to its potential on a rainy day near the Chesapeake Bay. Jackson and Allen did their usual damage with their legs but were largely limited to short accomplishments.

Jacksonville Jaguars 21-29 Philadelphia Eagles

Miles Sanders rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns, Jalen Hurts threw for 204 yards and rushed for a score and the Eagles spoiled former coach Doug Pederson’s return to Philadelphia with a 29-21 victory over the Jaguars. Jacksonville.

Sanders led an Eagles offense (4-0) that rushed for 210 yards against one of the tightest defenses in the league. Trevor Lawrence threw for 174 yards and two touchdowns to Jamal Agnew. Lawrence was sacked in the final practice of the game that sealed the Eagles’ victory. It was one of four fumbles lost for the sophomore quarterback.

Arizona Cardinals 26-16 Carolina Panthers

Kyler Murray threw for 207 yards and two touchdowns and added one on the ground and the Arizona Cardinals overcame another lackluster first half to defeat the Carolina Panthers.

The Cardinals’ defense frustrated Baker Mayfield, forcing three turnovers by the 2018 No. 1 overall pick — prompting boos from the home crowd in the fourth quarter. Mayfield struggled again for the Panthers (1-3).

Seattle Seahawks 48-45 Detroit Lions

Geno Smith threw for two touchdowns and ran for a score in the first half, and the Seattle Seahawks held off the Detroit Lions.

The Seahawks (2-2) were stopped on a third down late in the third quarter, but Ford Field’s game clock was not set correctly. Seattle took advantage of the second chance and Detroit’s disorganized defense on Rashaad Penny’s 36-yard touchdown on a third-and-16, opening a 38-23 lead.

TJ Hockenson had eight receptions and set career highs with 179 receiving yards and two touchdowns, the second of which helped the Lions (1-3) shoot under three with 5:26 left. Smith separated Detroit on the ensuing drive, which ended with Penny’s 41-yard touchdown on third and fifth. Penny finished with 151 rushing yards on 17 carries. Jared Goff’s fourth touchdown pass went to Justin Jackson with 1:06 to go, again cutting the deficit to three. The Lions’ comeback hopes were ended when Seattle recovered the kick in play and Penny’s run converted a third-and-five in their territory.

Denver Broncos 23–32 Las Vegas Raiders

Josh Jacobs rushed for 144 yards and two touchdowns, Amik Robertson returned a 68-yard fumble for a score, and the Las Vegas Raiders won their first game of the season.

After opening their first season under coach Josh McDaniels losing three straight games by one score, the Raiders (1-3) managed to do enough on the court with their biggest game on the ground in six years and on defense to hold off Russell Wilson and the Broncos (2-2).

Los Angeles Chargers 34–24 Houston Texans

Justin Herbert threw for 340 yards and two touchdowns and Austin Ekeler scored three times as the Los Angeles Chargers took a big early lead and held on for the win over the Houston Texans.

Houston has scored 17 straight points to move closer to three with about eight minutes left. The Chargers (2-2) then put together a 12-play, 84-yard drive, capped off by Ekeler’s 14-yard reception, to put the game away and snap a two-game skid.

Washington Commanders 10-25 Dallas Cowboys

Cooper Rush won again replacing Dak Prescott, throwing a touchdown pass to Michael Gallup on the receiver’s 2022 debut as the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Washington Commanders. Rush also had a TD throw to CeeDee Lamb while improving to 4-0.

Tennessee Titans 24–17 Indianapolis Colts

Derrick Henry rushed for a season-high 114 yards and a touchdown and Tennessee’s defense held on Sunday night to save the Titans the win.

Tennessee (2-2) has won a franchise-record four straight in the series and improved to 11-2 against opponents AFC South since 2020. Indy (1-2-1) won a win in its last six games and lost three of the scoring opportunities that could have reduced the deficit to less than seven.

Chicago Bears 12–20 New York Giants

Daniel Jones rushed for two touchdowns before injuring his ankle, Saquon Barkley had 146 rushing yards and sometimes led the wild offense after both New York quarterbacks were injured leading the Giants to a 20 win -12 on the Chicago Bears on Sunday.

Jones scored on carries for 21 and eight yards, New York rushed for 262 yards and Graham Gano threw for field goals for 44 and 43 yards as the Giants improved to 3-1 under the rookie coach Brian Daboll. It’s their best start since 2011, when they won the Super Bowl.

Jones and substitute Tyrod Taylor were out injured for about 10 minutes in the second half. Jones (8 of 13 for 71 yards and 68 rushing yards) injured his ankle when he was sacked by Jaquan Brisker late in the third quarter. Taylor went into concussion protocol after rushing for a first down with 8:35 to go.

Jones finished the series that Gano finished with 44 yards for a 17-12 lead and Barkley led the direct offense that Gano finished with his 43 yards with 5:34 to go. Jones was on the field and lined up as a receiver on those games and he took the snaps of some of the final series for transfers.

New York Jets 24-20 Pittsburgh Steelers

Breece Hall ran for a two-yard touchdown with 16 seconds left and Zach Wilson and the New York Jets ruined Kenny Pickett’s debut in Pittsburgh by rallying for a 24-20 win over the Steelers.

The Jets (2-2) won in Pittsburgh for only the second time in franchise history after Wilson – making his season debut – led them into the field late after Pickett’s second of three interceptions gave the ball to New York with 3:42 to go.

Wilson took the Jets 65 yards in 10 plays, the last two coming as Hall blasted his way across the goal line. The piece was initially judged as a fumble, but canceled after review.

Cleveland Browns 20-23 Atlanta Falcons

Dee Alford intercepted Jacoby Brissett’s pass with less than a minute remaining and the Atlanta Falcons held on to beat the Cleveland Browns.

The Falcons (2-2) spoiled the Georgia comeback of Cleveland’s Nick Chubb, who rushed for 118 yards and a touchdown as his high school team watched.

Younghoe Koo’s 45-yard field goal, his third of the game, with 2:28 to go, gave the Falcons the lead. The Browns (2-2) went over 50 but on third-and-23, Alford caught Brissett’s pass intended for David Bell.

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