It was yet another defensive battle for the Jags but this time it was in Jacksonville and against the Ravens. The Jags got the ball first and moved the ball down the field steadily before stalling on Baltimore's 38 yard line. Josh Scobee would knock in the 56 yard field goal with ease. On the Ravens' possession, they couldn't move the ball very well and ended up punting it back to the Jaguars. The Jags would again move down the field and reach the Ravens' 1 yard line. After 2 failed attempts to punch it in with MJD, the Jags would decide to pass and that would be a horrible decision. The pass would be intercepted by Ed Reed and returned 105 yards for a TD. After trading a couple possessions, Jacksonville would knock in another long field goal to make the score 7-6 at the half. In the 3rd quarter, Joe Flacco would connect on a deep pass to rookie WR Torrey Smith for a long TD making the score 14-6. The Jags would respond back with yet another long FG making it 14-9. The Ravens would finally put together a drive that culminated in a FG of their own and pushed their lead to 17-9. Now in the 4th quarter, the Jags needed to score a TD. A pass to MJD would looked like it would take care of that but Ed Reed managed to tackle him at the Ravens 1 yard line. On their 2nd attempt, the Ravens would force MJD to fumble and the Ravens would recover the ball at their 5 yard line. However, the Jags would sack Joe Flacco on the next play and force a fumble that was recovered by Tyson Alualu who would take it in for the Jags first TD of the game making it 17-15. The Jags would go for 2 and Garrard would connect with Jarret Dillard for a successful try tying it at 17-17. On the Ravens' next possession, Flacco would throw an INT to ex-Raven Dawan Landry giving the Jags a short field. Unable to move the ball, Josh Scobee would knock in his 4th field goal giving the Jags a 20-17 lead and eventually the victory.