Quick Take: 'Fins win (finally) in OT

It was over when...
Cleo Lemon connected with WR Greg Camarillo for a 64-yard touchdown pass in overtime. The Ravens had a chance to win it on the previous drive, but Matt Stover pushed a 44-yard field goal attempt wide left.

Game balls
Camarillo, a second-year player out of Stanford, led the Dolphins with 109 yards on three receptions. His game-winner was the first touchdown of his career and the longest play from scrimmage for the Dolphins this season.

Key stat
The Dolphins controlled the time of posession 35:33 to 31:13, despite being outgained 163 to 72 on the ground.

Noteworthy
The Dolphins won their first game since Week 14 of 2006, snapping a 16-game losing streak. ... Ravens LB Ray Lewis left the game with a fractured hand and did not return. ... Dolphins DE Jason Taylor (four tackles, two sacks) lined up as a WR in the second quarter. Lemon attempted a pass to Taylor in the end zone but it fell incomplete. ... Ravens QB Kyle Boller left the game in the fourth quarter with a mild concussion. He was replaced by rookie Troy Smith (5-of-11, 49 yards), who led the Ravens on an 11-play fourth-quarter drive that tied the game and sent it into overtime.

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