TNF Radio Highlights and Recap: Ravens 16 – 49ers 6


BALTIMORE, MD (11/24/11) – Baltimore’s defense was too much for the San Francisco offense on Thanksgiving night, sacking Alex Smith a team-record 9 times in a 16-6 win.

The victory moved John Harbaugh the bragging rights over his younger brother Jim in the first-ever matchup between sibling head coaches.

Baltimore improved to 8-3 on the season, while the 49ers dropped to 9-2.

Ian Eagle and Randy Cross called the action for Westwood One Sports.

(Joe Flacco hits Dennis Pitta for the first TD of the game to make it 13-6 Ravens)

(The Ravens defense gets its 7th sack of the game)

(Terrell Suggs nabs Baltimore’s 9th sack)

(49ers are stopped on 4th down and the Ravens win)

(Terrell Suggs’ postgame interview with Westwood One sideline reporter Laura Okmin)

(Postgame recap from Westwood One’s Ian Eagle and Randy Cross)


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