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Ravens Red Zone Stats: Week 11

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In the Baltimore Ravens 37-13 victory over the Carolina Panthers yesterday, the Ravens reached the Red Zone four times and came away with three scores. They scored touchdowns on two of their first three Red Zone possessions and a field goal on their final trip inside the Panthers 20 yard line. The only miscue was a fumble on Carolina's eleven yard line when it seemed that QB Joe Flacco and RB Ray Rice did not manage the exchange on the hand-off and the Panthers recovered the ball. That's 17 points inside the Red Zone for the Ravens, which alone would have been good enough to win the game, but it was a lot nicer to see the defense put the game away late in the fourth quarter.

The Ravens scored the rest of their points from outside the Red Zone on a Billy Cundiff 48 yard FG and two pick-sixes by Dawan Landry (assist to Ed Reed on the INT) and Ray Lewis.

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