4th-quarter fizzle

No late rally this time as McNair, Ravens' offense stumble in 1st loss BRONCOS 13 RAVENS 3

October 10, 2006|By KEN MURRAY | KEN MURRAY,SUN REPORTER

HOW THE GAME WAS LOST

After two straight comeback wins, the Ravens' offense had no fourth-quarter miracles left in Denver. Instead, quarterback Steve McNair threw two fourth-quarter interceptions to shut off any comeback hopes once the Ravens fell behind 6-3. Denver's Tatum Bell countered a poor performance by quarterback Jake Plummer (106 passing yards) with 92 rushing yards.

Panthers@Ravens Sunday, 1 p.m., Ch. 45, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Line: Off the board

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