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“I played extremely poorly. There are a number of balls I usually hit that missed,” Freeman said. “I just wasn’t getting it done.”
Freeman threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Kellen Winslow with 3:05 left to make it 17-10, but the Buccaneers didn’t get the ball back.
“I thought we were in control. We were never really threatened until the end of the game,” Flacco said. “We had to do a good job there and put the game away.”
Tampa Bay coach Raheem Morris disputed the penalty at the time and continued to protest while running off the field at halftime.
“I disagreed with it at the time, but it is what it is,” he said. “My opinion really doesn’t matter. The call was made and you got to move on.”
Mason finished with eight catches for 87 yards.
Baltimore made only two first downs in its first two series, but punter Sam Koch twice pinned the Buccaneers inside the 20. That enabled the Ravens to begin their third possession at the Tampa Bay 41, which led to a 45-yard field goal by Billy Cundiff.
After another Buccaneers punt, Aqib Talib got his team-high sixth interception and returned it 25 yards to the Baltimore 31. It was the first interception thrown by Flacco at home this season; he had gone 128 passes without one.
Tampa Bay safety Cody Grimm hurt his left ankle during the return and was carted off the field. He did not return.
After the turnover, Tampa Bay failed to gain a yard on three plays from the Baltimore 4 before Connor Barth kicked a field goal to make it 3-all.
Notes: Ravens FB Le’Ron McClain sprained his left ankle. … Baltimore S Dawan Landry left in the third quarter with a concussion. … Tampa Bay G Davin Joseph hurt his foot in the first quarter and did not return. … Ravens LT Michael Oher sprained his right knee.
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