NFL: Baltimore 36, Philadelphia 7

Nov. 23, 2008 at 5:27 PM
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BALTIMORE, Nov. 23 (UPI) -- Two scoring passes by Joe Flacco and a 108-yard interception return by Ed Reed Sunday helped the Baltimore Ravens crush the Philadelphia Eagles 36-7.

The Ravens (7-4) have won five of their last six contests.

Reed's interception run was the longest in NFL history, breaking his old mark of 106 yards.

Flacco's scoring passes were to Daniel Wilcox on a 1-yard play and a 53-yarder to Michael Clayton.

Le'Ron McClain ran for a touchdown and Matt Stover kicked 44- and 42-yard field goals for the Ravens, who also registered a safety.

The Eagles (5-5-1) scored on a 100-yard kickoff return by Quintin Demps.

Philadelphia quarterback Donovan McNabb passed for only 59 yards against the Ravens' defense, which picked off two of his throws. McNabb was replaced in the second half by Kevin Kolb, who passed for 73 yards and also was intercepted twice.

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