Ray Rice 4th and 29There are less than two minutes to play. Your team is down by three points. It’s 4th and 29 on your own 37 yard line and all of your receivers are covered. What do you do?

If you’re Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, you dump the ball off to RB Ray Rice at the line of scrimmage and hope for the best.

The best is what the Ravens got.

Rice scooted around no less than eight San Diego Chargers defenders to run for 30 yards and rack up the first down – and what may be the biggest play in Ravens’ history.

The play led to a Justin Tucker field goal to tie the game at 13 and send things into overtime.

Tucker was solid again in OT, giving the Ravens an improbable 16-13 OT win in San Diego, moving Baltimore to 9-2 on the season.

The play may be remembered as a rallying cry for a team that has struggled offensively despite it’s excellent record. ┬áThis is the kind of play that can change a team forever.

So what will Baltimoreans call this incredible play? The San Diego Dump? Hey Diddle Diddle, Ray Rice up the Middle? The Miracle at the Murph?

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