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 7 after 1st quarter

BALTIMORE (AP)  Jameel McClain returned a fumble, Ray Rice ran for a touchdown and the Baltimore Ravens overcame Joe McKnight's 107yard kickoff return to take a 177 lead over the New York Jets after the first quarter Sunday night.

On New York's first possession, a blitzing Ed Reed sacked Mark Sanchez and forced the fumble on first down. McClain took it 6 yards into the end zone with 11:58 remaining in the quarter.

McKnight then registered the longest play in Jets history, taking the ensuing kickoff deep in the end zone and going the distance untouched until Chykie Brown grazed him at the 2yard line as he headed into the end zone.

Joe Flacco's 52yard completion to Ray Rice gave Baltimore the ball at New York's 27 and set up Billy Cundiff's 38yard field goal with 6:27 left for a 107 lead.

After a Jets punt, Rice added a 3yard touchdown run with 1:14 left. Flacco connected with Rice on thirdand8 for a 12yard gain and completed a 28yard pass to Anquan Boldin to set up the score.


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