Tight end Ed Dickson had a season-high 55 receiving yards on three catches, including a 27-yard reception. ... The Ravens have at least two sacks in 19 games in a row going back to last season, tying the Philadelphia Eagles (2003, 2004) for the NFL's longest streak since 1990. The Ravens tied a franchise record originally established during the 2000 and 2001 seasons. … Wide receiver Brandon Stokley played for the first time since the third game, returning from a recurring groin injury. He caught one pass for seven yards. … The Ravens scratched cornerback Asa Jackson, safety Omar Brown, running back Bernard Scott, wide receiver Deonte Thompson, linebacker John Simon and defensive tackle Brandon Williams. … The Ravens honored retired left tackle Jonathan Ogden with a halftime tribute, which included the presentation of his Pro Football Hall of Fame ring. "I wanted to thank everyone in Baltimore for supporting me all these years," Ogden said. "I wanted to win for you guys and share this moment with you guys."