Justin Tucker scored a 43-yard goal when time expired, lifting the Baltimore Ravens past the Cincinnati Bengals, 19-17On Sunday night.
Seconds after a two-minute warning, with Raven leading 16-10, the Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow sneaked across the line to make a touch, giving Cincinnati a one-point lead, 17-16, after adding more. a point.
Burrow and the Bengals have left 1:58 on the clock, which is plenty of time for Lamar Jackson and Raven to work together towards a game win.
Jackson took the lead seven times driving 50 yards, taking the lead by Tucker’s game-winning goal. Three innings of play, Jackson broke through midfield to gain a 19-yard advantage, giving the Ravens a nice finish in the Bengals.
A few plays later, Tucker split the vertical posts, making it 3-2 for the Ravens for the season.