Ravens return 2 INTs for TDs, beat Panthers 37-13
In a surprisingly close game against a downtrodden team playing a journeyman quarterback, the Ravens waited until the end to display their trademark dominant defense.
It then took just two plays for Baltimore to end any hopes for a storybook day by little-known Brian St. Pierre.
Baltimore’s defense returned consecutive interceptions of St. Pierre for touchdowns in the fourth quarter, Joe Flacco threw for 301 yards and a TD and the Ravens beat the Carolina Panthers 37-13 on Sunday.
The Ravens (7-3) recovered after a disheartening loss to Atlanta 10 days earlier by finally rattling Carolina’s quarterback to break it open. With Baltimore leading 23-13, Ed Reed picked off St. Pierre, ran 19 yards, then pitched it to Dawan Landry, who went the remaining 23 yards for a touchdown.