Stover sent the game into overtime on a 40 yard field win no time left on the game clock.
The win by the Ravens overshadowed a career day by Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck.
Hasselbeck passed for 333 yard and had a career high five touchdowns on 23 of 41 pass attempts. "This was a game we needed to win, this game stings". Hasselbeck said after the game. "We needed a win , they have some big tall receivers and they made the plays." Hasselbeck was not only player on the field to set career records.
Baltimore quarterback Anthony Wright and Wider Receiver Marcus Robinson had career days against the Seahawks secondary.
Wright finished the day with career high's in completions (20) attempts( 37) Yards ( 319) and touchdowns. Marcus Robinson finished the day with seven receptions for 131 yards a career high 4 touchdowns.
Robinson scored all four touchdowns in the second half.
" This is a disappointing loss for us, we have to figure out what's going on." Safety Ken Hamlin said of the loss. " We need to finish games."
The 7-4 Seahawks return home to next Sunday to face the (4-7 ) Cleveland Browns a 13 to 6 lover to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Seahawks are 6-0 at home and fell to 1- 4 on the road with the loss to the Ravens.
" You need to win a couple of these, it's a momentum thing." Seahawk Head Coach Mike Holmgren said after Sunday's fourth consecutive road loss. " On the road you have to shut the door on teams and we clearly have not done that."
Darrell Jackson finished the day with 7 receptions, 146yards and two touchdowns. Bobby Engram also finished the day with two touchdown receptions. Koren Robinson had one td catch. Raven running back Jamal Lewis had 117 rushing yards on 26 carries. Linebacker Anthony Simmons finished with a team high 13 tackles.