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With the deep scar still fresh from the gashing the Houston Texans gave to the Baltimore Ravens in yesterday's 44-13 loss, here's what the nation is saying about them around the web on that topic as well as a few others.
With the deep scar still fresh from the gashing the Houston Texans gave to the Baltimore Ravens in yesterday's 44-13 loss, here's what the nation is saying about them around the web on that topic as well as a few others:
Ravens Crumble Against First-Place Texans - NYTimes.com
Aided by two touchdown passes from quarterback Matt Schaub, Houston imposed its will Sunday on Baltimore in a victory that reaffirmed its supremacy in the A.F.C.
Texans get first win over Ravens 43-13
The Texans scuffled a week ago in their first game without the star linebacker, but bounced back Sunday with a dominant defensive performance in a 43-13 win over the Baltimore Ravens.
Houston Texans blow out Baltimore Ravens 43-13 with WWE superstar Booker T serving as honorary team captain - Cageside Seats
WWE superstar Booker T served as honorary team captain for the Houston Texans for their game against the Baltimore Ravens at Reliant Stadium yesterday.
Baltimore OC Says Ravens Loved Watt And Barwin In Draft " CBS Houston
Cam Cameron said that the Ravens loved what they saw in JJ Watt and Connor Barwin before they were drafted.
Week 7 Observations- fanspeak The Baltimore Ravens suffered a crushing defeat to the Houston Texans yesterday, 43-13, the most lopsided loss under head coach John Harbaugh.
43 pass attempts from quarterback Joe Flacco. Just nine carries for running back Ray Rice.
John Harbaugh has had historic success with the Baltimore Ravens in his first four-plus years as a head coach in the NFL.
Is Joe Flacco losing faith in the Baltimore Ravens defense?
As the Dallas Cowboys were driving for a potential game-tying score on Sunday, Joe Flacco showed little faith in the Baltimore Ravens defense preventing it.
Should Baltimore Ravens' Ray Lewis call it quits? [Poll]
Writers from around the Tribune Co. discuss whether Lewis should call it a career.
Hiestand: TV networks interested in Ravens' Ray Lewis
Injured Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis could have a TV career if he's interested after his NFL playing days are over.
Ma'ake Kemoeatu, spent last year living in Northern Virginia and watching NFL games on television.
Take a ride on the wild side with the most extravagant and spirited Ravens tailgating bus in town – Jimmy’s Famous Tailgating Bus.