Ravens Gameday

Browns 20, Ravens 3

September 13, 2004

THE KEY PLAY

QUINCY MORGAN'S TOUCHDOWN CATCH

Score: Tied 3-3

PLAYQuarter: Third

Situation: Browns ball, second-and-nine at the Ravens' 46-yard line

Play: Browns quarterback Jeff Garcia (5) drops back to pass, rolling to his left. Tight end Kellen Winslow (80) runs into the flat, drawing the attention of cornerback Gary Baxter (28), who lets Quincy Morgan (81) go. As Garcia looks to his left, linebacker Ray Lewis (52) and safety Ed Reed (20) bite on the play, and Reed goes for the interception, stepping in front of Morgan. The safety brushes Morgan at the 39-yard line and the receiver adjusts his route, getting behind the Ravens' defense. Morgan catches the ball at the 23 with the secondary trailing the play and goes into the end zone untouched for the go-ahead touchdown.

BY THE NUMBERS

2.9

Yards per rush for Jamal Lewis on 20 attempts

20

Average starting position for the ravens on 12 possessions. Never begand in Browns' teritory

27

Ravens' third-down conversion percentage (4-for15)

97

Yards gained by Browns on 2 pass completions (Go-ahead TD and setting up insurance FG.)

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