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Texans Lose To Ravens 41-7

Brandon Scott
November 17, 2019 - 1:28 pm

The Houston Texans lost to the Baltimore Ravens 41-7 on Sunday.

The game was scoreless through the first quarter, but the Ravens scored two touchdowns in the second to take a 14-0 lead against the Texans before halftime.

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson found Seth Roberts for a 15-yard touchdown pass, after kicker Justin Tucker missed a field goal for the first time this season. 

Then Mark Andrews caught an 18-yard touchdown pass from Jackson.

The Texans had one shot to the end zone in the first quarter to DeAndre Hopkins, who was held by his jersey. No penalty was called and that decision was upheld after the Texans challenged. 

Kicker Kai'mi Fairbairn missed a FG at the end of the second quarter that would have given the Texans their only points of the half.

It only got worse for the Texans in the second half, as they were outscored 20-0 until Carlos Hyde scored their only points of the game with a 41-yard touchdown run.