The first half of the New York Jets 2022 season opener against the Baltimore Ravens is in the books, and the Jets trail the Ravens 10 - 3.
The first quarter was a tight defensive struggle. Neither team could get anything going on offense, with the teams exchanging a series of short possessions followed by punts. The Ravens finally got on the scoreboard when Lawrence Cager slipped on a pass route, leading to a Ravens interception deep inside Jets territory. The Ravens barely moved the ball before settling for a short field goal and an early 3 - 0 lead.
The defensive struggle continued in the second quarter, with neither team able to get much going on offense. Greg Zuerlein missed a 45 yard field goal attempt for the Jets. The Ravens managed a touchdown drive when LaMarcus Joyner was called for a long pass interference penalty, giving the Ravens great field position at the Jets 30 yard line. A couple of plays later Devin Duvernay beat Bryce Hall for a touchdown and a 10 - 0 Ravens lead.
A late drive by the Jets resulted in a 45 yard Zuerlein field goal and a 10 - 3 Ravens lead.
We go into the second half with the Jets trailing by 7 points.
Enjoy the second half everyone.