The special teams certainly lived up to their name on Sunday.
Jacoby Jones scored on a 105-yard kickoff return, and Sam Koch ran for a 7-yard touchdown on a fake field goal on a day when everything went right as the Ravens cruised to a 55-20 victory over the Raiders.
Those were the final two touchdowns on a day when almost everything went right for the Ravens. Jones wasn't even touched on his long touchdown run, his second scoring return of the game, and Koch scored his first NFL touchdown as the Ravens faked a 24-yard field goal.
"They brought me in to play my role, and I'm going to do whatever I have to do to succeed," Jones said afterwards. "Every time they call my name -- whether it be a kick return or a pass -- I'm going to try to make that play."
Jones became the first Raven to return a pair of kickoffs for touchdowns in the same season. He scored on a 108-yard kickoff return earlier this year in a 31-29 victory over the Cowboys, and this is the reason the Ravens brought him in here.
"[The two TDs are] good for our unit-- kick returns, punt returns, whatever," he said. "Everybody should share in it. That's good for all of us."
Jones also averaged 12 yards per return on three punt returns. On offense, he helped out with two catches for 54 yards.
Koch hadn't been very busy until that point. He never punted until the third quarter and had kicked just once until coming in to hold for what looked like another Justin Tucker field goal.
But coach John Harbaugh said the Raiders overloaded one side, which opened the door for the fake-- even though the Ravens already were holding a 41-17 lead. Koch is the holder, took the snap, and ran into the end zone with no trouble with 5:40 left in that third quarter.
"It was one thing that we called when we went out there, and they gave us the look we wanted, and it opened up," Koch said. "The guys up front did a great job blocking."