With just under 15 minutes remaining in this afternoon's game against Carolina, the Ravens' lead over the 1-8 Panthers had been trimmed to seven points.
The Baltimore defense had allowed another fourth quarter touchdown, the offense was scuffling, and the Ravens looked like they could be on the verge of letting a far inferior Panthers team get back into the game.
Within a span of 11 seconds, the Ravens suddenly had full control of the contest, and were on their way to a 37-13 rout over Carolina.
Ed Reed and Ray Lewis played a familiar tune, grabbing interceptions on back-to-back plays from scrimmage, both of which resulted in defensive touchdowns.
Reed's interception of Panthers quarterback Brian St. Pierre turned into a pick-six after Reed pitched the ball to fellow safety Dawan Landry, who took it in 23 yards for the score.
That touchdown gave the Ravens a 30-13 lead, but they weren't done.
On the very next play from scrimmage, Ray Lewis picked off St. Pierre and ran it back 24 yards for a touchdown, giving the Ravens a 24-point lead and clinching it for Baltimore.
The Ravens got after St. Pierre all day, holding him to 173 passing yards, sacking him three times, and getting the two interceptions in the journeyman quarterback's first .
They also got a big day from quarterback Joe Flacco, who threw for a season-high 301 yards and a touchdown, and kicker Billy Cundiff, who added three field goals.
It got a little scary there for a minute, but thanks to some heroics from the two Ravens' future Hall of Famers, Baltimore pulled it out in Carolina.
They improve to 7-3 on the season, and will face the Buccaneers at M&T Bank Stadium next week.