Quarter By Quarter

Ravens Gameday

November 12, 2007

1- BENGALS 0, RAVENS 0

FOURTH-DOWN GAMBLES FAIL

The Ravens got as far as the Cincinnati 32 and the Bengals as far as the Ravens' 34. Each team failed to convert on a fourth-down chance. Neither team was able to score on two full possessions for each.

Scoring

NONE.

BENGALS 6, RAVENS 0

End zone pick foils Ravens

Two field goals by Shayne Graham gave the Bengals a 6-0 lead. With the Ravens threatening to score late in the half, Steve McNair was intercepted in the end zone.

Scoring

BENGALS: FG Graham 34, 12:08.

BENGALS: FG Graham 19, 2:32.

BENGALS 9, RAVENS 0

Ravens keep getting kicked

A fumble by McNair at the Bengals' 30 on the Ravens' first possession of the second half is recovered by Cincinnati cornerback Dexter Jackson. The Bengals' drive from their 45 stalls at the Ravens' 5, but Graham kicks a 22-yard field goal for a 9-0 lead.

Scoring

BENGALS: FG Graham 22, 6:33.

BENGALS 21, RAVENS 7

Turnovers put it out of reach

Helped by three Ravens fumbles, Graham kicks four field goals to give the Bengals a 21-0 lead. Kyle Boller replaces McNair and completes a 47-yard pass to Mark Clayton to set up a 1-yard touchdown run by Willis McGahee.

Scoring

BENGALS: FG Graham 35, 14:36.

BENGALS: FG Graham 35, 11:48.

BENGALS: FG Graham 21, 9:50.

BENGALS: FG Graham 33, 7:33.

RAVENS: McGahee 1 run (Stover kick), 1:56.

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