Found October 31, 2011 on Ravens Locker:
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The Ravens were down 24-3 in the second quarter before the light finally came on.  Kicker Billy Cundiff nailed a 25-yard field goal as time expired to give the Ravens an incredible comeback win.  Joe Flacco was awful in the first half and outstanding in the second half yesterday.  He completed 31 of 51 passes for 336 yards with 0 TD passes and 1 INT.  He also carried the ball 4 times for 15 yards (3.8 ypc) in this game.  Ray Rice had to work for every yard he got in this game as he carried the ball 18 times for 63 yards (3.5 ypc) with 3 TD runs.  He also caught 7 passes for 36 yards yesterday.  Ricky Williams pitched in with 29 yards rushing on 4 carries (7.3 ypc) and he also caught 2 passes for 8 yards.  WR Anquan Boldin led the way in the passing game for the Ravens with 7 grabs for 145 yards.  WR Torrey Smith (3 rec, 57 yards) and TEs Ed Dickson (6 rec, 46 yards) and Dennis Pitta (6 rec, 44 yards) also pitched in for the Ravens in the passing game yesterday.  The Ravens finished ...
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