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If you're a Ravens fan, the team's Sunday afternoon comeback was pretty enjoyable.

If you're a Ravens fan who drove through one of the Fort McHenry Tunnel toll plaza's lanes around 11:15 the morning after, Monday was a pretty pleasant surprise, too.

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Running back Justin Tucker and kicker Justin Forsett paid for some drivers' tolls as part of the "Pass It Forward" campaign with Verizon Wireless and the Ravens. Current and former Ravens players, cheerleaders and the team mascot will surprise Baltimoreans with random acts of kindness at various locations across the city.

In Forsett's Periscope live stream of the interactions, reaction was varied. Most people said their thanks and goodbyes pretty quickly. One motorist, clearly puzzled by the corporate act of goodwill, held out his fare cash and said to Forsett: "Hey, give us four bucks."

"It's free," Forsett said. "It's free."

"All right, thanks. Giant fan, though."

"It's all good, man. I'll see you in a couple of weeks."

Then there was this guy.

Surprised Fort McHenry motorist
(Periscope)

This guy has never won any game of luck in his life. This is his best Monday ever.

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