Marlon Humphrey hauls in 70-yard return off of Patriots' fumble

BALTIMORE -- Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey found the end zone once again, and this time it was a record breaker for the franchise.

Humphrey's 70-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown in the third quarter Sunday night extended the Ravens' lead to 24-13 over the New England Patriots. It marked the longest fumble return in team history, and it was the second straight game in which Humphrey had reached the end zone. He returned a fumble 18 yards for a score in the Ravens' Week 7 win at the Seattle Seahawks.

On Sunday night, Humphrey picked up the fumble by Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman, which was forced by linebacker Patrick Onwuasor.

The Ravens have three defensive touchdowns this season, all in their past two games.