Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Davon House, right, breaks up a pass-attempt to Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Kamar Aiken in the first half.

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BALTIMORE (AP) -- Jason Myers kicked a 53-yard field goal after Jacksonville got one final play on a facemask penalty with no time left, and the Jaguars ended their 13-game road losing streak Sunday with a 22-20 victory over the Baltimore Ravens.

Down 20-19 with no timeouts, the Jaguars got the ball at their 20 with 1:06 left. After moving to the Baltimore 49, Blake Bortles took the snap an instant before the clock expired and was quickly sacked by Elvis Dumervil.

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But Dumervil grabbed the quarterback's facemask, giving the Jaguars one final play even though the clock read 0:00.

Myers, who earlier missed a 26-yard field goal try, boomed this one through the uprights.

The victory enabled the Jaguars (3-6) to end a road skid that followed a win in Cleveland on Dec. 1, 2013.

Baltimore (2-7) has lost its seven games this season by a total of 32 points.