4:05 PM ET, October 2, 2005
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Ray Lewis ran through the tunnel, helmet in hand, yelling at his jubilant teammates as they headed for the locker room.
|It was over when ...|
|Jamal Lewis scored on a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter, capping a 13-play, 71-yard scoring drive. The way the Ravens' defense dominated the Jets, one touchdown was as good as three.||Game ball goes to ...|
|The Ravens' defense held Curtis Martin to 30 yards on 13 carries, sacked Brooks Bollinger five times and allowed the Jets to convert only 3 of 14 third downs.||ESPN's take ...|
There's no doubt in my mind after this week's performance that we're going to see the return of Vinny Testaverde next week. I can't see this offense performing this poorly with him at the helm. It's just a matter of him getting familiar with the new offensive system. The Jets' new coordinator wants to throw the ball down the field to keep the defense off balance and I can attest that he has the arm to get the job done. This team could potentially be a bear for opposing defenses because they have vertical threats, but only if Testaverde gets time to throw.
-- Eric Allen
Ravens DE Anthony Weaver dislocated a toe in the third quarter and is scheduled for an MRI on Monday. ... Martin was hampered by a sore leg throughout the second half but continued to play. ... The Ravens are 73-73-1 since beginning play in 1996.
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Team Stat Comparison
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
|Yards per play||3.2||3.9|
Yards per pass
Yards per rush
|FG||8:29||Matt Stover 42 Yd |
Drive: 10 plays, 32 yds, 4:50
|FG||11:13||Matt Stover 25 Yd |
Drive: 9 plays, 65 yds, 5:33
|FG||3:43||Mike Nugent 21 Yd |
Drive: 4 plays, -1 yds, 1:45
|TD||11:48||Jamal Lewis 1 Yd Run (Matt Stover Kick) |
Drive: 13 plays, 71 yds, 8:05