The Numbers

Ravens Gameday

Ravens 26 Bengals 20

November 06, 2006

QUARTER BY QUARTER

RAVENS 14, BENGALS 0

Two turnovers, two TDs

The Ravens recovered Chris Perry's fumble of the opening kickoff and six plays later, Jamal Lewis rumbled into the end zone for the first time since the season opener. On Cincinnati's next possession, Samari Rolle intercepted Carson Palmer's pass and returned it 24 yards before handing it to Ed Reed, who covered the remaining 25 yards for the touchdown.

Scoring

Ravens: J.Lewis 2 run (Stover kick), 12:01.

Ravens: Reed 25 interception return (Stover kick), 10:28.

RAVENS 17, BENGALS 7

Late score gives Bengals life

The Ravens consumed 8:20 with a 13-play, 61-yard march culminating in Matt Stover's 43-yard field goal. Cincinnati responded with a drive that included a gutsy fourth-and-one conversion from the Ravens' 28. On the next play, Palmer dropped a 26-yard floater over Reed and into the hands of wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh to give the Bengals some life at halftime.

Scoring

Ravens: FG Stover 43, 5:39.

Bengals: Houshmandzadeh 26 pass from Palmer (Graham kick), 1:06.

RAVENS 23, BENGALS 10

Two more Stover field goals

The Ravens outgained Cincinnati, 122-12, and moved the ball inside the Bengals' 20-yard line on two of three possessions, but could only get two Stover field goals. Cincinnati pulled within 13 points when Shayne Graham converted on a 51-yard field goal.

Scoring

Ravens: FG Stover 25, 8:55.

Ravens: FG Stover 36, 4:27.

Bengals: FG Graham 51, 2:19.

RAVENS 26, BENGALS 20

Bengals' rally fizzles late

Cincinnati trimmed the deficit to six points after Rudi Johnson plowed into the end zone from 4 yards, but the Ravens answered with Stover's fourth field goal of the game. Graham hit a 31-yard field goal to make it a one-score game, but the Ravens ended two Bengals series with a failed fourth-down conversion and an interception.

Scoring

Bengals: R. Johnson 4 run (Graham kick), 13:31.

Ravens: FG Stover 35, 8:25.

Bengals: FG Graham 31, 4:01.

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