Ravens Vs. Titans: Ray Rice Breaks Four Tackles To Score Game's First TD

The Tennessee Titans-Baltimore Ravens tilt hasn't been the blowout many anticipated after the Ravens' de-pantsing of the Steelers in their week one contest, with only three combined points for the majority of the game coming on a Rob Bironas field goal.

That is, until Ray Rice took it upon himself to change that. He took a mini-screen play and broke four tackles on his way to the end zone, giving the Ravens a 7-3 lead and scoring the first TD of the game. You can watch the video here.


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Rice, in case you forgot, is approximately four feet tall, yet has the strength of ten men, or approximately 30 Titans defender. He will not, nay, cannot be denied when he smells the end zone. That's what having a low center of gravity will do for you.

Since that play, Kenny Britt has taken it upon himself to shut up all the critics. In the first half, he caught six balls for 80 yards and a touchdown, and looked fearless while doing so.

It's halftime in this game after a 77-yard kickoff return brought the Ravens to field goal position and Billy Cundiff nailed a 41-yard field goal. 10-10 all after a scoreless first quarter.

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