VIDEO: Haloti Ngata Scores Fat Guy Touchdown

One week ago, NFL fans were treated to Vince Wilfork's interception, but they were disappointed when the defensive tackle came up short on his run for a touchdown. This week, anyone who had the chance to watch the Baltimore Ravens take on the St. Louis Rams were treated to a fat guy touchdown. 

Haloti Ngata, who signed a five-year, $61 million contract extension with the Ravens last week, scored his first NFL touchdown when he picked up a fumbled ball by Sam Bradford. Check out the video after the jump.

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis starts the play by making a made charge for Bradford, who tries to escape from the pocket. However, Lewis is able to get a hand on the ball, knocking it to the ground. Ngata is in the perfect position, grabs the ball and finds the end zone without any interference from the Rams for the 32-yard touchdown run. 

Check out our NFL Week 3 StoryStream for more on this game. For more news on the Ravens, check out Baltimore Beatdown. Turf Show Times is your destination for more Rams news.

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