By Aaron Wilson
The Baltimore Sun
10:53 PM EST, December 2, 2012
Ravens cornerback Corey Graham deduced the Pittsburgh Steelers' trickery accurately, reacting fast in the second quarter when he saw wide receiver Antonio Brown set up for a reverse pass.
During the second quarter of a 23-20 loss Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium, Graham darted back into coverage to intercept a high pass intended for running back Jonathan Dwyer.
Through scouting reports of the Steelers, Graham knew what was happening right away.
"We saw it on film several times where Brown threw the ball," said Graham after intercepting his second pass of the season against the Steelers and leading the Ravens with a game-high 11 tackles. "It wasn't a surprise for me. When I saw him get the reverse and I seen the running back leaking out, I figured it was a reverse pass. It wasn't a surprise. I just got to make the play."