After falling behind, 24-10, the Ravens have reeled off 24 unanswered points to take a commanding 10-point lead. Ed Reed picked off Ryan Fitzpatrick, his second interception of the day, on the final play of the third quarter, but the Ravens fumbled the ball away at the start of the fourth.
Still, it was a dominant 17-minute stretch for the Ravens, spanning back to the end of the second quarter, and it was a blast to watch. After scoring 10 points in the final two minutes of the first half, Anquan Boldin scored on a flea-flicker early in the third quarter. Willis McGahee added a two-yard touchdown run later in the quarter after the Ravens stopped the Bills on fourth down.
The Ravens blew a 10-point lead against the Patriots last week, but something tells me they will hang on to it this time around, especially with the way the defense has tightened up and how the Ravens are running the ball against the Bills' 32-ranked run defense. Stay tuned, though.
In other news, the Ravens cheerleaders are wearing sexy Halloween outfits -- well, except for the one who showed up late and got stuck with the hot dog costume. I bet you she is praying they don't show her on TV.