Ravens' Justin Tucker nails NFL-record field goal as time expires in win vs. Leones

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cardenales de arizona kicker Matt Prater previously held the league’s field-goal record when he hit a 64-yarder for the Denver Broncos against the San Francisco 49ers in a game Dec. 8, 2013.

To set up the game-winner, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson connected with wideout Sammy Watkins on a 36-yard pass and catch on fourth-and-19 with seven seconds left in the game. Jackson followed that up with a spike and then threw the ball away before Tucker’s kick.

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The last time the Ravens played in Detroit, Tucker hit a game-winning field goal as time expired from 61 yards to lead Baltimore to a victory on Monday Night Football.

Baltimore (2-1) went into the fourth quarter with a 16-7 lead and found itself trailing in the final minute. Jackson completed 16 de 31 for a season-high 287 yards with a touchdown and an interception.

Tight end Mark Andrews had five receptions for 109 yards for the Ravens, que han ganado 11 straight games against NFC opponents.

Leones (0-3) jugador de ataque Jared Goff estaba 22 de 30 por 217 yardas, and running back D’Andre Swift tenido 107 yards total offense and a score.

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