It was over when ...
Aaron Ross picked off Joe Flacco for the second time and brought it back 50 yards for a touchdown to give the Giants a 27-10 lead. The Ravens had cut a 20-0 Giants lead in half and were driving when Ross flipped the momentum and put the game out of reach late in the third quarter.
Ross gets the honor for having his first two interceptions of the season. Both came at crucial moments, with the first coming as the Ravens were driving at the end of the second quarter.
Baltimore had the best rush defense in the league coming into Sunday, but that is likely to change after it gave up 207 yards on the ground to New York.
The Giants won their sixth straight game at home to start the year. It is the first time they've done that since 1990. ... Flacco had been riding a four-game streak without throwing an interception. ... Giants TE Darcy Johnson had his first career catch and it went for a 1-yard touchdown.