The game ended 30-16 in favor of the visitors. The Seattle Seahawks enjoyed a three-game winning streak prior to week 7 of NFL action. However, they fell at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens when they faced off this past Sunday.
Tucker first scored for the ravens from a goal attempt at 25 yards out. The rest of the first quarter was dominated by blocks with each team having solid defenses.
The Seahawks started the second quarter with Lockett’s incredible touchdown down the left corner of Raven’s end zone. This gave them a 7-3 lead in the game. The ravens cut down the lead to one point after a field goal from 28 yards out. The Seahawks also got a field goal from 34 yards out during the eighth minute of the second quarter.
Marcus Peters pushed the Ravens into the lead with a touchdown during the tenth minute of the quarter. Then, five seconds to the end of the quarter, Myers scored a 31-yard attempt for the Seahawks.
The third quarter was mainly dominated by blocks. However, Jacksons made a muscled effort into the Seahawks' end zone to secure a touchdown.
The Baltimore Ravens extended their lead through Tucker’s 22-yard field goal. Then, a fumble by the Seahawks ensured that the Ravens secured a 30-13 lead. The Seahawks ended the game with a 35-yard field goal from Myers.
The last game on Sunday saw the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Dallas Cowboys. Check out the next update for that game’s highlights.