Broncos 19, Ravens 13. Joe Floppo strikes again. The Ravens defense outscores its offense, 7 to 6. The defense allows four field goals and holds Peyton Manning without a touchdown. By the fourth quarter, the defense is exhausted because Mr. Flacco and company can't get a few first downs to give the defense a breather. Thus, the long Denver drive from its two-yard-line to a field goal with three minutes left, giving the Broncos a six-point lead and forcing the Ravens to go for a touchdown ("Five things we learned from the Ravens' loss to the Broncos," Sept. 14).