Buffalo Bills cornerback Taron Johnson might have made the drama of the night at the third quarter against the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night through the NFL divisional-round playoff match.
The score put the Bills up 17-3 using a couple seconds remaining in the next.
It was Johnson’s first career interception at the playoffs. It is just his third career playoff match. He tied a playoff match album.
The defensive back played 16 matches this year for Buffalo, beginning in 11 of these. He had one interception this year that was returned 51 yards for a touchdown. Furthermore, he’d 94 total tackles, five of which were for a reduction.
Buffalo’s defense has held strong against Jackson from the match. The reigning NFL MVP has been made to enter the locker room after that he had been awakened right around as soon as the next quarter ended.
He had been 14-for-24 with 162 passing yards and the interception into Johnson.
Baltimore didn’t score a touchdown through three quarters. Kicker Justin Tucker missed two field objectives, hitting each vertical one time. Tucker would make 1 field goal to give the Ravens their three factors.