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In his 2010 NFL debut, Panthers quarterback Brian St. Pierre tossed an 88-yard touchdown pass to bring his team within a touchdown of tying Baltimore.
Then, the Ravens collected two of his passes, returned them for touchdowns, and gave the Panthers the worst record in the NFL. With Sunday's 37-13 loss, the Panthers fall to 1-9, while Buffalo's 49-31 win over Cincinnati improved the Bills to 2-8.
St. Pierre connected with David Gettis on an 88-yard touchdown play to cut Baltimore's lead to 20-13 in the fourth quarter. However, in two plays and 11-seconds of game time, the Ravens' Ed Reed and Ray Lewis intercepted passes on two straight offensive plays for the Panthers. Both were returned for touchdowns.
St. Pierre finished the game with 173 yards on a 13-of-28 passing day.
The Panthers John Kasay scored on a pair of field goals.
On the visitors' side, Joe Flacco passed for 301 yards and a touchdown. The Ravens Ray Rice rushed for 66 yards and a touchdown, while Billy Cundiff kicked three field goals to improve Baltimore to 7-3.