In all my years of covering the NFL, since 1987, I have never seen a stadium go so quiet, get so numb. It will long be remember as the day Heinz Field was unplugged. In the press box, it looked like a catch, but we kept waiting for the officials to signal a touchdown. In the meantime, you knew it was a touchdown because the Ravens officials sitting behind us were trying extremely hard not to cheer, which is forbidden in the press box. If I were a Ravens official, I would have been doing the "Bernie."