The Numbers

Ravens 24 Falcons 10

Ravens Gameday

November 20, 2006

Quarter by quarter

1 -- FALCONS 7, RAVENS 0

A rare miss by Stover

The Ravens got a gift when Atlanta failed to convert fourth-and-one from its 39-yard line. But Matt Stover missed his first field-goal attempt in 13 months, hooking a 42-yarder wide left. The Falcons took advantage of a 36-yard punt return by Allen Rossum when Michael Vick hit Michael Jenkins on a crossing route for a 13-yard touchdown with 1:45 remaining.

Scoring

Falcons: Jenkins 13 pass from Vick (Andersen kick), 1:45.

2 -- FALCONS 7, RAVENS 0

Matching futility on offense

Neither offense made much of a dent, with each team managing to gain 45 yards each. The Ravens' futility on offense was crystallized on the team's final possession of the first half after B.J. Sams returned a punt 65 yards to Atlanta's 14-yard line. Two plays later, Steve McNair fumbled the snap from center Mike Flynn and Falcons linebacker Michael Boley recovered at the 16.

Scoring

None

3 -- RAVENS 17, FALCONS 10

Sams' returns spark rally

The Ravens rallied to take the lead on Stover's 29-yard field goal and - after Sams returned a punt 59 yards - Jamal Lewis' 2-yard touchdown run. Morten Andersen's 21-yard field goal tied it, but a 59-yard kickoff return by Sams led to another Lewis touchdown run.

Scoring

Ravens: FG Stover 29, 9:18.

Ravens: J.Lewis 2 run (Stover kick), 4:32.

Falcons: FG Andersen 21, 1:58.

Ravens: J.Lewis 16 run (Stover kick), :20.

4 -- RAVENS 24, FALCONS 10

Lewis' 3rd TD run seals win The Ravens essentially put the game away with an eight-minute, nine-second possession in the middle of the quarter that ended with Lewis' third touchdown of the game, a 5-yarder up the middle. After Atlanta failed to convert on fourth-and-eight from its 29, the Ravens converted their second fourth-down situation and ran out the clock.

Scoring

Ravens: J.Lewis 5 run (Stover kick), 3:02.

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