Originally published at WNST.net.
Over 71,000 fans were amazed with the new Ferrari in the neighborhood on Sunday, and nobody could blame them.
Joe Flacco was throwing passes all over the field, and the Ravens’ traditional run-first offense that so many expect—and often complain about—had suddenly transformed into a 171-yard aerial assault in one half of football.
Undoubtedly, it was exciting to watch the second-year quarterback show off the laser arm like Brady or Manning does every Sunday.
But then it happened. An ill-advised pass by the second-year quarterback was intercepted by linebacker Derrick Johnson and returned all the way to the Ravens’ 6, setting up the go-ahead touchdown early in the third quarter.
Suddenly, the exciting vibes from that shiny new ...
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