Ravens Tie The Bengals Following 35-Yard Touchdown Reception By Anquan Boldin

BALTIMORE, MD - OCTOBER 30: Anquan Boldin #81 of the Baltimore Ravens catches a pass against the Arizona Cardinals during the second half at M&T Bank Stadium on October 30, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Ravens reached midfield for the first time Sunday afternoon following a five-yard Ray Rice run. Yet it was largely thanks to a Kevin Huber 15-yard punt to the Ravens 45-yard line that gave the Ravens optimal field position. Following a one-yard pass in the flats, caught by Vonta Leach, tight end Ed Dickson breaks out after a ten-yard route and picks up 14 yards on the reception with Adam Jones covering for their second first down of the afternoon.

On the following play Joe Flacco fakes the handoff and bootlegs to the right. Looking for options downfield, wide receiver Anquan Boldin breaks his route towards the right sidelines and redirects left. Bengals defenders, with momentum motioning towards Flacco's bootleg, are nowhere near the wide receiver who takes the reception 35 yards for the touchdown.

Ravens tie the game at seven following Baltimore's four-play, 55-yard touchdown drive, largely assisted by Kevin Huber's shank that started the possession on Baltimore's 45-yard line.

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