Ravens WR Jacoby Jones scores on special teams again

David Richard-US PRESSWIRE

Jacoby Jones, the reigning AFC Special Teams Player of the Week, scores his third special teams touchdown of the year.

Baltimore Ravens returner Jacoby Jones returned a punt 63 yards for a touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers to give the Baltimore Ravens a 10-7 lead late in the first quarter.

The Sunday night meeting between the two AFC North rivals was a surprisingly offensive showdown through less than 15 minutes, as the Steelers had started the game off with a touchdown drive in just two plays.

After Justin Tucker gave the Ravens their first points on the night, Baltimore was able to get its first touchdown courtesy of Jones's return, which came after a three-and-out from the Steelers offense and quarterback Byron Leftwich.

The touchdown was Jones's third special teams touchdown of the year and he celebrated accordingly.

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Jones was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week last week after he returned a kick 105 yards for a touchdown in the Ravens' meeting with the Oakland Raiders. Jones came into Sunday night's meeting with the Steelers averaging 38.6 yards per kickoff return and had returned a kick 108 yards earlier this year against the Dallas Cowboys.

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