Jaguars Upset Ravens On Stunning 2-point Conversion Attempt

In one of their most thrilling wins in franchise history, the Jacksonville Jaguars overcame a nine-point fourth-quarter deficit to top the Baltimore Ravens 28-27 on Sunday afternoon. Rather than tie the game and play for overtime with an extra-point kick, the Jaguars elected for a daring two-point conversion with 18 seconds remaining in regulation. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence hit wide receiver Zay Jones for the game-winning points, delivering perhaps the most iconic moment of the young passer's career.

Lawrence and Jones brought a lot more to the table than just the two-point conversion. The second-year quarterback netted 294 passing yards on his 41 dropbacks. Jones was sensational all afternoon, nabbing 11 of his 14 targets for 145 yards. The dramatic fourth-quarter comeback was only the third of Lawrence's career, and the most tantalizing demonstration so far of the limitless potential lurking within the 2021 NFL Draft's first-overall pick.

The Ravens weren't just passengers in the Jaguars' miracle win; they contributed. Running back Gus Edwards handed the Jaguars an easy score on a disastrous fumble deep in Ravens' territory with less than six minutes to play. Kicker Justin Tucker nearly spared his team the humiliating defeat on a ridiculous 67-yard field goal attempt that fell just short as time expired, and the Ravens added another agonizing loss to a season that already included heartbreakers to the Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, and New York Giants.

Looking ahead to Week 13, the Ravens will seek redemption when they host the struggling Denver Broncos, and the Jaguars will attempt to keep the good times rolling when they visit the Detroit Lions.

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