Found October 03, 2011 on Yahoo! Sports:
Mark Sanchez kept giving the ball away, and the Baltimore Ravens were only too happy to take it the other way into the end zone. The Ravens scored three touchdowns on defense, all off turnovers by Sanchez, and cruised to a 34-17 victory over the New York Jets on Sunday night in a bizarre game that featured an NFL-record five returns for scores.
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