Cowboys vs. Ravens score update: Baltimore kick return has Dallas down, 24-20

The Dallas Cowboys have momentum as their Week 6 game in Baltimore heads to the fourth quarter, but they still trail the Ravens, 24-20.

The Cowboys opened the half with a seven-play drive that resulted in another Dan Bailey field goal, this one from 43 yards out to make it 17-13. Unfortunately for the Cowboys, the score meant they had to kick away to the speedy Jacoby Jones.

The Baltimore returner promptly took it back 108 yards to the house, a quick answer to the Cowboys' opening 3 points. Jones burst through the initial scrum and went untouched out to the right sideline, and that was all she wrote. An animated gif of the return:

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Undeterred, the Cowboys' offense went right back to work to answer the special teams score. Tony Romo marched the offense down the field, capping a 14-play drive with Dez Bryant's first touchdown catch of the season. Romo hit Bryant on the back shoulder, letting the defensive back run by him and hauling in the 7-yard touchdown.

Felix Jones was the primary back on the drive, spelling DeMarco Murray who put up 90 yards rushing in the first half. Jones is averaging nearly 6 yards per carry through the first three quarters, racking up 83 yards and a touchdown. Murray's day could be done, as the dynamic Oklahoma back is dealing with a foot injury.

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