Late turnovers help Ravens hold off Panthers 13-3
BALTIMORE (AP) — Lamar Jackson ran for a 1-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, and the Baltimore Ravens forced three late Carolina turnovers in a 13-3 victory.
Justin Tucker kicked two field goals, including a tie-breaking 37-yarder with 8:27 remaining.
Then Marcus Peters forced a fumble by Shi Smith, giving the Ravens the ball at the Carolina 31.
Baltimore took advantage of a short field, finally reaching the end zone on Jackson’s run with 7:16 to play.
Marlon Humphrey later added an interception. Jason Pierre-Paul also picked off a pass in the final minute.
It was the 12th straight game Baltimore forced at least one turnover.
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