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Ravens' Red Zone Stats: Week 14

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The Baltimore Ravens might have been far from perfect on the field, especially in the second half of their Monday Nght Football 34-28 overtime victory over the Houston Texans, but they were perfect once they got into their opponent's Red Zone. three times the Ravens drove inside of Houston's 20 yard line, all in the first half, and all three times they got the ball into the end zone for the touchdown. Thanks to a one yard run by RB Willis McGahee and two Joe Flacco-to-Derrick Mason TD passes, the Ravens jumped into a seemingly insurmountable 21-0 lead, but still needed a game-ending pick-six by Ravens CB Josh Willson (U. of MD) to finally win the game.

Keeping up this type of success in the Red Zone will go a long way adding to the Ravens win total as the season winds down and the playoffs appear on the horizon.

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