Cleo Lemons 64-yard touchdown pass to Greg Camarillo in overtime gave the Miami Dolphins their first win of the season with a 22-16 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens tied it in the closing seconds on an 18-yard field goal by Matt Stover, then marched into scoring range with the first possession of the extra period. Stover, though, hooked a 44-yard field goal attempt wide left. Miami took over on its own 34-yard line and, on the third play, hit it big. Lemon threw a quick slant pass to Camarillo, who caught the ball in stride and raced untouched to the end zone for his first NFL touchdown to set off a wild celebration at Dolphin Stadium. Lemon, back in the starters role after rookie John Becks four-game run, completed 23-of-39 passes for 315 yards in the victory. Miami (1-13) snapped a 16-game losing streak dating back to last season and won for the first time since a 21-0 triumph over New England last December 10. Willis McGahee rushed for 104 yards and Kyle Boller threw for 159 yards with a score for the Ravens (4-10), who now own the leagues longest losing streak at eight games. Boller left the contest in the fourth quarter with a concussion. The game was tied at 13-13 with just under six minutes left in regulation when the Dolphins marched 43 yards in 11 plays for the go-ahead score. Lemon connected with Marty Booker for 11 yards on 3rd-and-11 early in the series and a six-yard pass to Lorenzo Booker converted 3rd-and-3 soon after. On the first play after the two-minute warning, Jay Feely booted a 29-yard field goal. Baltimore, with 2006 Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith at the helm, nearly pulled out the victory. After Feely drilled a kickoff out of bounds for the second time in the contest, the Ravens started from their own 40. Smith completed passes of 13 and 15 yards on his first two throws of the series and a McGahee run of 11 yards on 3rd-and-10 with under 30 seconds to play gave the Ravens a first down at the Miami 10. Smith spiked the ball to stop the clock, then threw incomplete before hitting Devard Darling with a pass. Darling actually had his feet in the end zone, but had to stretch back across the goal line into the field of play to make the catch and the ball never crossed the plane. Stover then came on to hit the tying kick. Smith finished 5-of-11 for 49 yards in two series of downs. In addition to Bollers injury, star linebacker Ray Lewis also suffered a fractured left hand. The Ravens took possession at their own 40 to start the game after Feelys opening kickoff went out of bounds. A 36-yard pass from Boller to Yamon Figurs on 3rd-and-9 keyed the series and set up a first down at the 10-yard line. The Miami defense stiffened and a Jason Taylor sack on third down forced a 27-yard field goal from Stover for a 3-0 lead. Baltimore reached the Miami 24 with its second offensive series, but sacks by Taylor and Rodrique Wright on consecutive plays forced a punt. The Ravens got the ball back after a Miami three-and-out and drove 42 yards for a 39-yard Stover field goal just under five minutes into the second quarter. The Dolphins answered with a 23-yard field goal by Feely. A 24-yard pass from Lemon to Camarillo on 3rd-and-7 set up a first down at the Baltimore 12 and Samkon Gado ran for seven yards to the five, but two incomplete passes forced the kick. With 3:17 to play in the second quarter, the Ravens had plenty of time and quickly marched 73 yards for a touchdown. Boller finished the eight-play drive with a 17-yard scoring connection to Derrick Mason for a 13-3 edge just 47 seconds before the intermission. The Ravens got the ball back near midfield with 15 seconds remaining and nearly picked up an additional three points, but Stovers 50-yard field goal attempt on the final play of the first half was blocked by Taylor. Miami scored on its second possession of the second half to pull within three. A 21-yard pass from Lemon to Derek Hagan converted 3rd-and-10, but the Dolphins soon faced 4th-and-1 from the 10-yard line. Lemon ran an option and pitched to Lorenzo Booker, who picked up the first down. Gado scored on a seven-yard run up the middle on the very next play to make it 13-10 game. Michael Lehan picked off Boller on Baltimores next possession and the Dolphins turned it into a tying field goal by Feely early in the fourth quarter. Lemon converted a pair of long third downs with completions, including one of 22 yards to Lorenzo Booker to set up 1st-and-goal at the 10, but the Ravens defense forced the 22-yard kick. Game Notes Members of Miamis 1972 undefeated team were in attendance for a ceremony, which had long been planned to celebrate the teams 35th anniversary...The Dolphins were without running back Jesse Chatman for the second straight week because of an ankle injury and Gado finished with 43 yards on 18 carries...The Ravens have not scored a touchdown on their opening drive in their last 19 games.