Baltimore's Turnovers Fuel Denver's Win

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Champ Bailey picked off another pass and Jake Plummer threw for 236 yards as the Denver Broncos forced four turnovers in a 12-to-10 win over Baltimore.
Plummer hooked up with Kyle Johnson for a seven-yard touchdown that put the Broncos up 12-to-3 in the third quarter. The Ravens closed the gap on Kyle Boller's 39-yard T-D pass to Mark Clayton with less than two minutes remaining.
Baltimore had another chance to score a fourth-quarter touchdown, but Al Wilson stopped Chester Taylor for a four-yard loss on fourth-and-goal at the one.
Boller lost a fumble and threw two interceptions as the Ravens dropped to 4-and-9. Nick Ferguson picked off a Boller pass to set up Jason Elam's go-ahead field goal in the final minute of the first half.
Champ Bailey set a Broncos record by picking off a pass for a fifth straight game.