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There was some concern about the availability of Ravens tight end Todd Heap for Sunday's game against the Bengals. Heap suited up and made his presence felt early in the first quarter.

Ed Reed pulled in his seventh interception of the season on the Bengals' first series, hauling in a tipped pass intended for wideout Andre Caldwell. FYI, Reed didn't do anything crazy on the return.

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On the ensuing drive, the Ravens ran an interesting play that started with a flea-flicker and turned into a tight end screen to Heap. The tight end, who has missed the past three games with a hamstring injury, took the short throw 37 yards inside Cincinnati's 10-yard line. The drive stalled and the Ravens trotted out Billy Cundiff to tack on the game's first three points.

Still, it's nice to see Heap have an impact early.

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