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The Ravens were in great danger of suffering a damaging loss to the winless Buffalo Bills in overtime when Ray Lewis stole the ball from Bills receiver Shawn Nelson and the Bills were charged with an unsportsmanlike penalty to put the ball in field goal range.

The Ravens held Nelson up for a long time, but the officials apparently didn't think his forward progress had been stopped.

To that point, it didn't look like the Ravens were going to be able to stop Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who had already thrown four touchdown passes and seemed to be able to drive the Bills offense at will.

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Well, all's well that ends well. Billy Cundiff drilled a 38-yard field goal for the win.

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