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Ravens vs. Dolphins score: Tua Tagovailoa tosses six TDs, leads Miami to shocking fourth-quarter comeback

If there’s any reason to showcase why Tua Tagovailoa is the franchise quarterback in Miami, Sunday’s stunning fourth-quarter comeback against the Baltimore Ravens should silence the doubters. Tagovailoa threw for four touchdowns in the fourth quarter as the Miami Dolphins rallied from a 21-point deficit to shock the Ravens 42-38.

Tagovailoa tossed the game-winning touchdown pass to Jaylen Waddle with 14 seconds left to complete the massive comeback — and tie the Dolphins’ franchise record with six touchdown passes in a game. The Dolphins rallied behind the big three playmakers: Tagovailoa, Waddle and Tyreek Hill — as Miami’s top two receivers caught three touchdown passes in the final quarter to help Miami pull off the upset. 

Hill caught a 48-yard touchdown pass and a 60-yard touchdown pass from Tagovailoa in a span of 2:28 to tie the game with 5:19 left. He finished with 11 catches for 190 yards and two touchdowns while Waddle had 11 catches for 171 yards and two touchdowns. Tagovailoa finished 36 of 50 for 469 yards with six touchdowns and two interceptions (both coming in the first half) and a 124.1 passer rating. 

The Ravens built a 35-14 lead after three quarters behind the play of Lamar Jackson, who finished 21 of 29 for 318 yards and three touchdowns and rushed nine times for 119 yards and a score. Jackson is the first player to have a 75-yard passing touchdown and 75-yard rushing touchdown in a game. He also had his 11th 100-yard rushing game as a quarterback, breaking Michael Vick’s record for the most in NFL history. 

The Dolphins never held a lead until scoring the game-winning TD. 

This was the game of the year in the NFL, one which you can view a wild recap in the live blog below! 

SOURCE: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/ravens-vs-dolphins-score-tua-tagovailoa-tosses-six-tds-leads-miami-to-shocking-fourth-quarter-comeback/live/

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