Found August 23, 2013 on FatManWriting:
There was not a whole lot that went right for the Baltimore Ravens against the Carolina Panthers Thursday night. The Ravens defense was not bad, but the offense had this nasty habit of turning the ball over and letting the Panthers score. Carolina never actually scored an offensive touchdown in the 34-28 win (three scored off turnovers and one via punt return). No game is without at least one highlight for each team. With this one the team gets to see the fancy footwork and improvisational skills of its back-up quarterback, Tyrod Taylor. @cjzero/Twitter
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