In a game that was dominated by the Baltimore Ravens' offensive units, whether they were led by Joe Flacco or Tyrod Taylor, the Ravens convincingly defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars by a score of 48-17.
Allowing nearly 600 yards of total offense on the night, the Jaguars struggled to stop the Ravens in any facet and were fortunate to not be down by much more at halftime.
Offensively, the Jaguars weren't nearly as effective as they were in the first two weeks of the preseason, but Blaine Gabbert didn't revert to his 2011 form either. He and Justin Blackmon connected four times for 72 yards.
The two touchdowns for the Jaguars both came in the fourth quarter. One was a 55-yard interception return by Antonio Dennard and the other was a 13-yard run by Richard Murphy.
On the injury front, defensive ends Aaron Morgan and George Selvie both left the game, and if the injuries are serious, it will leave the Jaguars woefully thin at the position. Tight ends Zach Miller and Matt Veldman and linebacker Julian Stanford were also injured during the loss.