With his long stride carrying him past defenders,
Jones didn't stop until he had reached the end zone and entered the
"I told him before the game I knew he was going to get a touchdown," cornerback
Signed to a two-year, $7 million contract in the spring, the former
"Honestly in practice, we had one that hit the same way, so I already had a vision," Jones said. "When I caught it, I found Anthony Allen and he said, 'Follow me.' He was my eyes. He led me to daylight. That thing spread like the Red Sea."
Jones' touchdown boosted the Ravens' lead to 24-13 in the third quarter.
The return tied the
And it eclipsed
It also marked his fifth career return for a touchdown — three on punts and two on kickoffs.
Jones said he could tell by the crowd's approval that he was on his way to something big.
"That's when I knew I was free," Jones said. "I just opened it up, and I just ran as fast as possible."
B. Williams starts
It had been a long time since veteran offensive guard
Specifically, not since Dec. 11 last year when he broke his right ankle against the Texans while playing for the Cincinnati Bengals.
Williams regained his starting job, replacing
Except for being steamrolled by defensive tackle
"I think I did pretty well," Williams said. "I'm just thankful. I wanted to try to do my best. We came out with a victory, and that's a plus."
Unlike the preseason when his ankle constantly bothered him and would swell up, Williams said he didn't experience any pain or difficulties.
"It felt good," he said. "It was definitely something to build on."
The Ravens signed Williams, 36, to a two-year, $2.2 million deal in the spring that included an $800,000 signing bonus.
"I think the decision to start Bobbie was that Bobbie is getting healthy right now, and that ankle is starting to really come around," Ravens coach
"It's not that we're down about Ramon. It's nothing that Ramon did. He stepped in there and played well for a guy who hadn't played much football at all. But we felt like the experience was something that would benefit us."
Ngata plays through pain
Ngata recorded six tackles and the Ravens' only sack.
"The shoulder was stressing me out and I hurt my knee a little bit," Ngata said. "I had to fight through that throughout the game. I felt like I would finish all along. We had a good rotation going."
"I'll be fine," Smith said.
Rookie kick returner Deonte Thompson was deactivated for the first time this season one week after losing a fumble during a 9-6 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Ravens also deactivated offensive tackle
The Cowboys played without starting outside linebacker
Milestone for Birk
Six-time Pro Bowl center
"The most important thing is we won the game," Birk said. "I'm glad it's over. Next week, let's not talk about 201. I'm thankful to be in the league. I get to live the dream."
Brown took issue with a defensive pass interference penalty on him late in the fourth quarter. "I don't think I interfered," Brown said. "I think it was a good play. I'm going for the ball." ... Cowboys running back