The Ravens (2-1) got back on their game and then some after stumbling last week in a loss at Tennessee. The 406-yard first half that fueled a 27-point cushion, and the game total of 553 yards, were both bests for the franchise that moved from Cleveland in 1996.
St. Louis (0-3) finally got on the scoreboard with Brandon Gibson's 34-yard catch late in the third quarter. Haloti Ngata wrapped up a thorough whipping with a 28-yard fumble return after Ray Lewis stripped the ball from Bradford on a sack late in the fourth quarter. By then, the Edward Jones Dome was virtually empty.
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