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Ravens Red Zone Stats: Week 7

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The Baltimore Ravens had their highest scoring output of the 2010 season, and needed every point they got to beat the winless Buffalo Bills in overtime Sunday, 37-34. Among their 37 points were four trips into the Bills' Red Zone. The Ravens came away with three scores, the first two being touchdowns and the final trip was the game winning FG from the 20 yard line. The only other time the Ravens made it inside their opponent's 20 yard line results in an ill-timed fumble, that had the Raven been successful, might have been enough to win the game in regulation. So while the Ravens will take the win any way they can get it, three scores in four trips into the Red Zone were barely enough to win the ballgame for Baltimore.

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