Ravens vs.Bccaneers score: Live updates, game stats, highlights and analysis for ‘Friday Night Football’

As usual, we have a defensive battle on our hands Thursday night. During the 30 minutes, the Buccaneers led the Ravens 10-3 behind a defense making two big red zones in the first half. The Buccaneers also received a decent first half from Tom Brady, whose 44-yard completion to Chris Goodwin put Leonard Fournette’s start signal midway through the first quarter.

The Tampa Bay defense managed to keep the Ravens on a field goal after a volley kick gave Baltimore the ball over the Buccaneers’ 6-yard line early in the first quarter. The Buccaneers defense came in with a second stop in the red after Lamar Jackson forced an incomplete pass into the fourth play late in the first half. Then the Ravens came up empty at the last scoring chance in the inning when Justin Tucker’s attempt was blocked at 61 yards.

As has often been the case for the past 20 years, Brady was the best offensive player on the field during the first half. He threw for 142 yards while delivering the ball to Goodwin and Mike Evans. Brady did make untold history in the first half, though, as he overtook Ben Roethlisberger as the most sacked quarterback in league history.

Who will get the much-needed win tonight? Check out our live blog below to find out.

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