2. Mason broke Michael Jackson's all-time single-season receptions record
with his 77th reception in the first half. He finished with a season-high nine
receptions for 103 yards.
3. The Ravens' defense bent, but never completely broke down despite an onslaught of spirals from veteran quarterback Brad Johnson. He threw two touchdown passes and posted a 144.8 passer rating in the first half. They limited Minnesota to 42 rushing yards.
4. Rookie wide receiver Mark Clayton caught a 47-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter, the longest scoring play of the season. He finished with five catches for 90 yards.
5. Veteran kicker Matt Stover converted three field goals, booting kicks from 37, 38 and 19 yards.
In addition to being a long time contributor to RavensInsider, Aaron Wilson writes for the Carroll County Times in Westminster Maryland.
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