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Ravens up 10-0 after Odell Beckham fumble

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The Ravens offense scored its first touchdown under new coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, although the biggest play came from a member of the opposing offense.

On the Giants’ first offensive play of the game, wide receiver Odell Beckham fumbled after a short pass from Eli Manning. Safety Eric Weddle knocked the ball loose and linebacker Zachary Orr recovered the ball to give Baltimore the ball on the 30-yard-line.

Joe Flacco completed three passes and Terrence West went over the top from the one-yard-line to put the Ravens up 10-0 in the first quarter. Flacco is 7-of-9 for 94 yards over two drives, including a 41-yard completion to Breshad Perriman that helped set up Justin Tucker’s field goal earlier in the quarter.

Beckham’s fumble is the seventh that that Giants have lost this season. They’ll need to have stickier fingers to reverse an early 10-point deficit.

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3 Responses to “Ravens up 10-0 after Odell Beckham fumble”
  1. whenwilliteverend says: Oct 16, 2016 1:32 PM

    Did he have a good cry on the sidelines after the fumble?

  2. coloradocowboy says: Oct 16, 2016 1:34 PM

    “They’ll need to have stickier fingers to reverse an early 10-point deficit.”

    Wow. Like Joseph Randle “sticky” or Lester Hayes “sticky”?

    I mean, it’s isn’t like ODB don’t already use the stickiest gloves known to mankind, right?

  3. nygnjd says: Oct 16, 2016 4:46 PM

    I’d say he made up for it, overall.

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