Finley was just settling in when he threw the interception. On the previous drive, he moved the Bengals to the Baltimore 24-yard line before stalling out. Bullock pushed in a 42-yard field goal to get Cincinnati on the board, and Finley bounced back after the pick-6 to lead the Bengals on a scoring drive, capped by a Tyler Eifert 6-yard touchdown reception with 26 seconds left in the second quarter.
Jackson finished with 223 yards and three touchdowns on 15-of-17 passing, which marked a franchise record completion percentage of 88.2. He achieved his second perfect passer rating (158.3) of the season and added 65 yards rushing, out-pacing the entire Bengals offense himself with 288 yards before he was replaced by Robert Griffin III in the fourth quarter. Cincinnati had 277 yards at the time Jackson left the game and finished with 307 yards.
Surprisingly, the Bengals out-rushed the Ravens, as Joe Mixon recorded a season-high 114 yards on 30 carries as part of a 157-yard ground attack for the team. Baltimore finished with 136 yards rushing, including 34 yards from Mark Ingram.