Jaguars Vs. Ravens Score Update: Baltimore Leads 3-0 After One Quarter

After one uneventful quarter, the Ravens lead the Jaguars 3-0 in a week three preseason game. The sole score of the game came on a Justin Tucker 33-yard field goal after the Jacksonville defense kept the Ravens out of the end zone, despite a threatening drive.

It has been the pattern of the game thus far, though, as the Ravens have looked much more fluid offensively than the Jaguars. A few deep opportunities to Jacoby Jones and Torrey Smith were nearly completed for long scores and the team hasn't had much trouble moving the ball with Joe Flacco racking up 104 yards passing in the first quarter alone.

That's not to say that the Jacksonville offense has looked terrible, though, as Blaine Gabbert has already connected with rookie Justin Blackmon three times for 45 yards. Also off to a strong start has been running back Rashad Jennings who has 24 yards rushing on five carries.

For more on the Jacksonville Jaguars, check out Big Cat Country. Baltimore Ravens news and info can be found at Baltimore Beat Down, and all your NFL info is available at SB Nation's NFL page.

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