Four field goals from Josh Scobee, three of them from over 50 yards, secured a 12-7 victory for the Jacksonville Jaguars over the Baltimore Ravens in the National Football League on Monday.

The win ended a five-game losing streak for the Jaguars (2-5) and is a setback for the Ravens in the AFC North, where they slip to 4-2 and now trail leaders Pittsburgh (5-2).

It was a miserable night for Joe Flacco and the Ravens offense who failed to make a first down in the opening half as they went in trailing 6-0.

Baltimore then had linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo ejected from the game in the third quarter after he hit out in a scuffle with Guy Whimper.

The Ravens finally produced some offense in the fourth quarter when Flacco led a 13-play, 90-yard drive which concluded in a five-yard touchdown pass to Anquan Boldin at the back of the endzone.

Prior to the scoring drive, the Ravens had managed just 56 yards of total offense.

Baltimore's attempt to quickly regain possession with an on-side kick was not successful and the Jaguars secured the victory with Scobee's 51-yard kick.

That is about as bad as you can play on offense, said Ravens head coach John Harbaugh who also got little from the running game with key back Ray Rice managing just 28 yards on eight carries.

The Jags had more success with the run. Maurice Jones-Drew rushed for 105 yards and 30 carries but not for the first time they had their magnificent kicker Scobee to thank for victory.