The Baltimore Ravens finally scored a touchdown on the Houston Texans' defense. Luckily, the Texans' offense fired right back as the Texans head into the fourth quarter with a 36-10 lead.
A pass interference call on Johnathan Joseph helped keep the Ravens' drive alive and quarterback Joe Flacco was finally able to find the end zone, hitting Tandon Doss for a 15-yard touchdown reception.
The Texans responded on the following drive, using 12 plays and close to eight minutes to drive 80 yards for the touchdown. Running back Arian Foster picked up his first touchdown of the game on a short 1-yard run to the left. Foster has 78 yards on 16 carries and a touchdown.
It looked as if the Texans' defense would still dictate the rules of the game coming out of the half. Baltimore's first drive was a quick 3-and-out, Baltimore's fifth drive of the game ending in a punt. The Texans' defense has been in fine form today, holding the Ravens to just 158 yards through three quarters.