WR Demetrius Williams made the most of his first start since the preseason opener.
Williams was key in the Ravens' touchdown drive in the first quarter, making three catches for 38 yards. He converted two third downs (a 6-yard catch and a 13-yarder) and moved the Ravens into the red zone with a 19-yard reception.
But his biggest play was drawing a 26-yard pass interference penalty on cornerback Brent Grimes. He finished the game with four catches for 77 yards.
Williams, who has struggled this preseason, has dropped behind Kelley Washington on the depth chart. The Ravens didn't play their top three receivers (Washington, Derrick Mason and Mark Clayton) in the preseason finale, which moved Williams into the starting lineup.