Found January 20, 2013 on The Victory Formation:
Trailing the Baltimore Ravens in the 4th quarter, the New England Patriots Stevan Ridley turned up field only to be met by safety Bernard Pollard. The two both but their heads down and it led to a vicious helmet-to-helmet hit, which appears to knock Ridley out, leading to a fumble. The Ravens would score a few plays later to extend their lead to 28-13.
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