That was one ugly football game between the Baltimore Ravens (4-2) and Jacksonville Jaguars (2-5). The Ravens didn't get their first first down until the third quarter and the Jaguars beat Baltimore 12-7 Monday night.
This was a game that didn't see the Ravens score until there was 2:02 left on the clock and, going in to the scoring drive, Baltimore had 56 net yards on offense.
John Harbaugh had a questionable call choosing to onside kick instead of kicking it off after Baltimore's touchdown which set up Jacksonville's game-clinching field goal.
Josh Scobee provided all of Jacksonville's offense with four field goals, including three 50-plus-yard field goals.
Joe Flacco threw an interception to end the game and hand Blaine Gabbert his first win as a starting quarterback.