The Ravens were blitzing with a five-man rush. Outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil and inside linebacker Josh Bynes were both lined up wide of the right tackle. Outside linebackers Terrell Suggs and Courtney Upshaw were lined up wide of the left tackle. After the snap, Dumervil and Suggs crashed down to attack the guards while Bynes and Upshaw tried to beat the tackles. Inside linebacker Daryl Smith ended up joining the rush after he saw that Browns fullback Chris Ogbonnaya was staying in to pass protect. The play would develop quickly, though. Gordon ran straight up the numbers, but Jimmy Smith was all over him. Ihedigbo blanketed Cameron on his crossing route. And Webb had pretty tight coverage on Little, who ran a deep out toward the sideline. Campbell was reading the route combination on the right. Bess, meanwhile, darted to his left as if he was running a slant, but he hit the brakes after a few yards, made a sharp cut back to his right and ran toward the sideline. His whip route was so effective it caused Graham to tumble to the turf. The separation allowed Campbell to complete the pass before Dumervil hit him. "I was just excited and happy to be there for my teammates," Bess told reporters after the game. "When the plays was called, coaches did a great job putting me in a position to make the play and just execute it."