Ravens wide receiver Marlon Brown capped a crazy ending to a 29-26 win Week 14 vs. Minnesota. Amid the snowfall, Brown hauled in a 9-yard touchdown catch with 4 seconds remaining, sending Baltimore to the win in what was the fifth lead change in the last 2:05.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco found Brown in the back of the end zone, and the rookie receiver was able to get both feet down. The touchdown was confirmed after a review. It gave Brown his sixth touchdown, tying Jamal Lewis (2000) for the second-most by a Ravens' rookie. Wide receiver Torrey Smith holds the record, recording seven in 2011.
Brown tied Dennis Pitta with a team-high 11 targets Sunday, but Brown led the team in receptions (seven) and receiving yards (92). Brown came alive in the second half after recording just two catches for 24 yards in the first half, when the snowfall was at its worst.
The Ravens are back in action Week 15 at Detroit.