The Ravens have dominated the time-of-possession battle through 50 minutes of play, but they're in danger of letting a 10-point lead slip away in the game's final quarter.
The Ravens' second-ranked pass defense stymied the Patriots in the first half, but after a Tom Brady interception at the start of the second half, the Patriots have figured out the Baltimore defense. The Patriots have scored on back-to-back drives -- a 38-yard field goal from Stephen Gostkowski and a five-yard touchdown pass to Deion Branch.
The Patriots have started to attack the Ravens down the field, and are using play action and pump fakes to open up the middle of the field. Plus the Patriots are gouging the Ravens defense with slippery receiver/running back Danny Woodhead, who is averaging more than six yards a carry.
With the way the Patriots are moving the ball right now, it looks like the only way the Ravens can hold on in this one is if they get the ball back and play keep-away on offense.