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Ravens Red Zone Stats: Week 5

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The Baltimore Ravens spent a good deal of their game hosting the Denver Broncos in week five inside the Red Zone, and it paid off in a big way as the Ravens rolled 31-17. Ending long time-consuming drives inside the opponent's 20 yard line ended up with the Ravens entering the Red Zone five times Sunday and they came away with three touchdowns and a field goal to show for it. The only other time they were in the Red Zone was the game's first possession when the Ravens could not score on four chances inside of Denver's five yard line, turning the ball over on downs. However, despite coming up empty on that drive, they scored from inside the Red Zone their next three times down the field to take a 17-7 halftime lead on their way to victory.

Scores on four out of trips inside the Red Zone, with three of those scores being touchdowns is a great percentage that every Ravens' fan will take each week of the 2010 NFL season!

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