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Jaguars edge Ravens after gutsy 2-point conversion, Tucker FG miss

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The Jacksonville Jaguars stunned the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, earning a 28-27 comeback victory at TIAA Bank Field.

Trailing by seven, Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence led a 10-play, 75-yard drive that resulted in Marvin Jones catching an impressive touchdown near the sideline with only 14 seconds left in the game.

Jacksonville then decided to go for two - and the gamble paid off. Zay Jones caught another solid pass from Lawrence to give the AFC South club a one-point lead.

With 14 seconds and three timeouts left, the Ravens started the game's final drive at their own 39-yard line. Lamar Jackson completed a 12-yard throw to tight end Josh Oliver, putting Justin Tucker in position to kick a 67-yard field goal.

However, Tucker, who hit a walk-off 66-yard field goal against the Detroit Lions last year, fell short in Jacksonville. The Jaguars entered Sunday with a 0-183 record in games they trailed by at least seven points in the final minute of regulation, according to ESPN's Michael DiRocco.

The loss ends the Ravens' four-game win streak, dropping Baltimore to 7-4 this season. The Jaguars are now 4-7.

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