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Reed outdoes himself

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Safety Ed Reed is known for game-changing performances that can devastate opponents, but in the Ravens’ 36-7 win over the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday, Reed topped even himself.

 

Reed snared two interceptions for the 36th and 37th of his career, a Ravens record. He returned the picks a total of 151 yards, including a 108-yarder for a touchdown that now ranks as the longest in NFL history.

 

The fourth-quarter highlight also snapped his own record that was originally set in 2004 with a 106-yard return against Cleveland.

 

“It’s a blessing just to come out and read the keys and do your job,” Reed said. “Everybody did their job on that play. And it’ll just come right to you.”

 

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