Marlon Brown's Last-Second Touchdown Caps Insane Ravens/Vikings Fourth Quarter

By Mike Cardillo

Marlon Brown caught a game-winning touchdown from Joe Flacco with four seconds left to lift the Ravens to a 29-26 win over the Vikings. It was the fourth– yes fourth — touchdown in the final 2:05 of the fourth quarter. Review confirmed the rookie got both feet down at the edge of the endzone.

The score offset Cordarrelle Patterson’s go-ahead score less than a minute earlier. The Vikings rookie took a short pass from Matt Cassell 79 yards for a go-ahead score only seconds after Jacoby Jones kickoff return which had put the Ravens back on top in this seesaw game. The touchdown put Minnesota up 26-22 with 45 seconds left.

Wasn’t the snow supposed to grind offensive football to a halt?

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