Joe Burrow was a maestro in directing a third-quarter drive that gave the lead back to the Cincinnati Bengals in their AFC Wild-Card game with the Baltimore Ravens.
The drive covered 83 yards over 12 plays and more than 7 minutes.
Burrow scored on a 1-yard run.
He was given a second chance on a 2-point conversion when Marcus Peters was flagged for pass interference.
The extra shot proved valuable as Burrow bought enough time to find Tee Higgins open in the back of the end zone for a 17-10 lead.
The lead did not last long as Tyler Huntley connected with Demarcus Robinson on the Ravens’ next drive for a 41-yard touchdown pass.
The game was tied at 17 after Justin Tucker’s PAT late in the third quarter.