Monday Night Football: Jaguars Shock Ravens, 12-7

Both teams were sloppy, but the home team less so as the Jaguars upset the Ravens.

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NFL Scores Week 7, Ravens Vs. Jaguars: Blaine Gabbert, Maurice Jones-Drew Get Monday Night Football Win

The Jaguars pulled off a surprise victory against the Ravens, winning an ugly game on the leg of their kicker, Josh Scobee.


Ravens Vs. Jaguars Score Update: Joe Flacco Completes Pass To Himself, Jags Kick Field Goal

Monday Night Football only gets stinkers like tonight's Ravens-Jaguars futility-off every so often, so it's important to cherish every bit of misery Jon Gruden must "THIS GUY" through as dearly as possible. Joe Flacco completing a pass to himself would fall squarely into that category.

Flacco throws a pass that Jeremy Mincey bats right back into his hands, and then, smartly realizing that he cannot throw the ball again, scampers to the outside ... where he is easily taken down by another Jaguars defender.

The pass went for a loss of eight yards, and dropped Flacco's passing yardage on the night to a measly two yards. That's right: Flacco has thrown 12 passes, completing five, for a grand total of two yards. He is averaging a sixth of a yard — six inches — per attempt.

That led to fourth and 43, which looks like this.


To make matters worse for the Ravens, a Baltimore penalty set up the Jaguars up in Ravens territory, and Jacksonville turned it into a field goal that extended its lead to 6-0.

Neither team has a third down conversion in this game. Baltimore doesn't even have a first down. Save yourselves.

For more on the Ravens, head to SB Nation's Baltimore Beat Down. For more on the Jaguars, head to SB Nation's Big Cat Country.


Ravens Vs. Jaguars Non-Score Update: Fumbles, Fumbles, Fumbles

The Ravens and Jaguars have combined for three fumbles and zero scores through the first 10 minutes of play on Monday Night Football. The resulting video highlights so far are not of the fun or exciting variety.

Jacksonville running back Maurice Jones-Drew has fumbled twice, the second time off a direct snap and just one yard outside the Ravens end zone. That fumble came after the Jaguars successfully converted on fourth-and-two inside the red zone. Naturally, that possession was set up by a Ray Rice fumble.

Here's video of the Jones-Drew folly:

It would have figured that the running game would factor into this contest, but not in this way. Jones-Drew entered Week 7 of the 2011 NFL season with the fourth highest average of rushing yards per game. Rice has also had a good season so far, entering Week 7 as the 11th-most productive running back in the NFL.

For more on the Ravens, be sure to check out Baltimore Beat Down. And for the latest on the Jacksonville Jaguars, head on over to our community at Big Cat Country.

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