Worst defensive sequence

Asked to protect an eight-point lead with less than 5 minutes to play, the Ravens allowed the Redskins to drive 85 yards on 13 plays to force overtime, where Washington ultimately prevailed. It was not rookie phenom Robert Griffin III who got the Redskins into the end zone. It was his rookie backup Kirk Cousins who came in and hit an uncovered Pierre Garcon for an 11-yard touchdown and then he ran in the game-tying two-point conversion.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Karl Merton Ferron / December 9, 2012 )

Asked to protect an eight-point lead with less than 5 minutes to play, the Ravens allowed the Redskins to drive 85 yards on 13 plays to force overtime, where Washington ultimately prevailed. It was not rookie phenom Robert Griffin III who got the Redskins into the end zone. It was his rookie backup Kirk Cousins who came in and hit an uncovered Pierre Garcon for an 11-yard touchdown and then he ran in the game-tying two-point conversion.

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