Matt Stover’s three field goals were all the offense Baltimore needed as the Ravens held off the San Francisco 49ers, 9-7, at Monster Park. Steve McNair went 29-of-43 passing for 214 yards while Willis McGahee ran 22 times for 88 yards for the Ravens, who improved to 3-and-2. It was the lowest points scored in a victory for the Ravens since the franchise moved from Cleveland in 1996. Former Ravens quarterback Trent Dilfer went 12-of-19 passing for 126 yards with a touchdown and one interception while Frank Gore ran 16 times for 52 yards as the 49ers dropped their third straight game to fall to 2-and-3. Joe Nedney had a chance to put San Francisco in front late in the fourth quarter but missed on a 52-yard field goal with 2:52 remaining. The 49ers, who only managed 163 total yards on the day, are off this weekend and will travel to East Rutherford, New Jersey on Sunday, October 21st to play the New York Giants.