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Will Hill called his own turnover

Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Safety Will Hill knew that the Ravens needed a turnover to get themselves back into the game Sunday against the Oakland Raiders. "If you need something done, you have to do it yourself," and Hill did exactly that.

He would have had two on the day if not for a pesky holding call giving the ball back to the Raiders.

Many Ravens fans are in love with Will Hill the player as he has been a consistently good to great safety for the Baltimore Ravens since they brought him in. Originally suspended for the first six games of the 2014 NFL season, Hill came back to be one of the top safeties in the game even despite missing nearly half the season and wound up on PFF's Top-101 players list because of it.

This season, the Ravens rewarded Hill being able to keep his image clean by adding an extra year onto his deal, keeping him a Raven through the 2016 NFL season. If he keeps calling his own picks, he'll probably end up getting an even longer-term deal from the Ravens once the season ends.