After essentially starting the first quarter off with an interception, Seneca Wallace got the second started by being sacked for a 7-yard loss. So they were forced to punt, and then the Ravens were set up with the ball inside their own twenty-yard line. Naturally, Ray Rice took things into his own hands and led the Ravens offense down the field. He ran for eight yards, and then 11 yards, and eventually, the Ravens were set up at the Cleveland 42-yard line.
Rice then struck again, running down the right sideline, and Flacco knew he had him immediately. Flacco dropped the ball right into Rice's hands, as perfect a pass that has ever been thrown, which Rice caught in stride and took all the way to the end zone for a 42-yard touchdown and a Baltimore 17-0 lead. Below, we've got a video of the hookup that put the Browns down by three scores.