The Detroit Lions and Baltimore Ravens both moved the ball in the third quarter, but neither team got on the board and the score remains 17-9 heading into the fourth quarter.
Lions backup quarterback Shaun Hill was relieved by rookie Kellen Moore. Hill played the first two drives of the second half and was replaced by Moore with 7:09 left in the quarter. Moore completed 6-of-8 passes for 56 yards on the drive, including an 18-yard completion to Nate Hughes. Moore also connected with Hughes for 16 yards in the team’s first preseason game. Those are Moore’s two longest completions this preseason.
Baltimore also had a long third quarter drive that ultimately stalled, moving the ball 53 yards in the final three minutes of the quarter. They punted on the first play of the fourth quarter, though, and the punt was blocked by Detroit’s Willie Young.
Neither team has turned the ball over through three quarters.
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