Tuesday October 27th, 2015

The Ravens’ comeback attempt against the Cardinals on Monday night came to an end when Joe Flacco threw an interception the final seconds, giving Arizona a 26–18 win. 

Baltimore caught a break when Chandler Catanzaro’s missed extra point prevented the Cardinals from extending their lead to 17 with 8:08 to play and kept the Ravens within two touchdowns. The Ravens blocked a punt later in the quarter, scored on the next play and had a successful two-point conversion to pull within eight. 

The Ravens got the ball back with under two minutes to play and Flacco helped guide the team to the red zone. His pass on second-and-goal with 13 seconds left was picked off by Tony Jefferson.

With the loss, the Ravens fell to 1–6 on the season, tied for the worst record in the NFL. The Cardinals (5–2) lead the NFC West. 

- Dan Gartland

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