Well it's still 6 points!— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 20, 2021
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Devin Duvernay 1-yard fumble recovery touchdown: After quickly going down 7-0 to begin the game, the Ravens’ offense responded with a quick 75-yard touchdown drive over six plays. It was capped off with this wild touchdown above. Ty’Son Williams fumbled just short of the end zone but the ball fell right into the arms of Devin Duvernay, who plowed over the goal line for the score. The definition of right place, right time.
HOW?????????????????????????— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 20, 2021
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Marquise Brown 42-yard touchdown reception: The Chiefs took a 28-17 lead in the third quarter after Byron Pringle scored on a 40-yard catch-and-run. On the next drive, the Ravens quickly scored in just four plays. Lamar Jackson delivered a miraculous jump pass to Marquise Brown on third down, who was wide open thanks to a busted coverage. If not for this play, the game may have gotten out of hand in the Chiefs’ favor.
Tavon Young interception: Late in the third quarter, the Ravens forced the Chiefs into a third-and-long situation. With Mahomes maneuvering out of the pocket, Odafe Oweh brought him down by the legs and forced an errant throw. Tavon Young was the beneficiary, securing a timely interception to give the Ravens possession.
Lamar Jackson 1-yard rushing touchdown: Normally a rushing touchdown for only one yard would not constitute as a highlight-reel moment. However, this particular one from Jackson served as the go-ahead score late in the fourth quarter. To add even more flare to the moment, Jackson flipped into the end zone untouched. Impressive.
ODAFE OWEH WELCOME TO THE LEAGUE!— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 20, 2021
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Odafe Oweh forced fumble and recovery: The Ravens’ defense was on their heels with just over a minute remaining in the game. Baltimore had no timeouts and it was seemingly inevitable that Kansas City would attempt a game-winning field goal. Odafe Oweh had other plans.
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Devin Duvernay 1-yard fumble recovery touchdown
Marquise Brown 42-yard touchdown catch
Tavon Young interception
Lamar Jackson 1-yard rushing touchdown
Odafe Oweh forced fumble and recovery