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Three key plays from Ravens-Jets game

1Joe Flacco's third-quarter TD pass to Jacoby Jones
This was a game-changer, probably the play of the game for the Ravens, as coach John Harbaugh put it after the game. Jones dropped what would have a touchdown during the first half, but he made a great play to make the catch on this one and produce a 66-yard touchdown that gave the Ravens a 16-point lead heading into the fourth quarter.
2 Corey Graham's second interception seals the win
Despite how abysmal the Jets had been on offense for the first three and a half quarter, they were actually in position to cut their deficit to eight midway through the fourth quarter. But after New York drove 62 yards to Baltimore's 28-yard line, Graham intercepted Geno Smith in the end zone to essentially put the game away for the Ravens.
3Corey Graham's first interception sets up a touchdown
The only other time New York really challenged to score besides the one drive in the fourth quarter and their second possession of the game was late in the third quarter. The Jets drove 49 yards to Baltimore's 31-yard line. New York trailed just 12-3 at the time so either a touchdown or field goal would have made it a one-score game. But Graham intercepted Smith on third down, and Flacco threw the touchdown to Jones three plays later.
-Matt Zenitz

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