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Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
MIAMI -- Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed got his fourth touchdown of the season with a 64-yard interception return to give Baltimore a 10-3 lead in the second quarter.
Miami quarterback Chad Pennington is being uncharacteristically rattled by Baltimore's complex scheme. He already has two interceptions in the first half.
Reed was playing deep when Pennington threw a duck in the air for Reed to easily get under. Once the ball was in Reed's hands, Baltimore blocked the Dolphins well enough to find his way into the end zone.
Up until that point, the game was off to a plodding start as both teams struggled for field position. If you're into trends, Baltimore is 3-0 when Reed scores a touchdown this season.