1. On Sunday, Christmas came early in Baltimore. The Ravens blew a 10-point fourth-quarter lead -- the second straight week in which they've pulled off that feat -- but they were able to survive a surprising test from the Bills, thanks to a gift from the officials in overtime. Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis ripped the ball out of the hands of Bills tight end Shawn Nelson, whose forward progress had been stopped, in Bills territory. Four plays later, Billy Cundiff booted the game-winning field goal as the Ravens won, 37-34. By not blowing the whistle, the officials blew the game for the Bills. Right or wrong, the Ravens will gladly take a call that, for once, turned the game in their favor.