Ray Rice ran for 133 yards and two touchdowns as the Ravens outplayed the Denver Broncos in a 31-17.
The Ravens ran over Denver for 233 rushing yards (10th most in team history) and found the end zone three times on 1-yard runs.
“When you have to play against the Pittsburgh Steelers, our ultimate rival, and have to bounce back and play, there’s a fear of a letdown,” said Rice, who produced the fifth-highest rushing total of his career.
“We’re growing with experiences that we’re facing right now, and it’s going to carry us through the rest of the season. I’d like to say we’re a team that’s destined, and we’re going to control our own destiny.”
The first-place Ravens moved a half game ahead of the Pittsburgh Steelers (who had a bye) and two games in front of the defending AFC North champion Cincinnati Bengals (who lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
Possibly Related Posts:
- Hines Ward arrested on drunk driving charge
- Texans Will Go After Nnamdi Asomugha
- Goodell, Smith meet for labor talks in Minnesota
- Terrell Owens has surgery on torn ACL
- NFL Lockout could end soon with a new CBA