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The Ravens beat the Raiders

Megan O'Neill, Author

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Raven’s quarterback, Lamar Johnson looks to throw the ball.

On Sunday, November 25th, the Baltimore Ravens played the Oakland Raiders at home. The Ravens had a rather rough start, but ended up pulling ahead to a 34-17 win. The Raiders scored the first touchdown of the game, and led 7-3 by the end of the first quarter. The three points for the Ravens were off of a field goal by kicker, Justin Tucker. In the second quarter of the game, the Ravens finished in the lead with a halftime score of 13-10. Cyrus Jones scored a touchdown and Justin Tucker made another field goal for the team. During the third quarter, Lamar Jackson was able to score a touchdown, which made the lead 20-10. Unfortunately, the Raiders almost caught up after a touchdown from Jared Cook. However, the Ravens began to show their true talent by scoring two more touchdowns in the final quarter of the game. The points were scored by Michael Crabtree and Terrell Suggs. Be sure to catch their next game on December 2nd against the Atlanta Falcons!

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