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Ravens Red Zone Stats: Week 15

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The Baltimore Ravens racked up close to 400 yards of total offense in Sunday's 30-24 victory over the New Orleans Saints. Within the offensive explosion was five trips into the Red Zone, and while they scored all five times, three of the scores were field goals that ended up being the difference in the game. However, had the Ravens scored even one touchdwn instead of those FG's when inside the Saints' 20 yard line, the nail-biting at the end might have been avoided. Then again, that's not been the Ravens way all season has it?

Officially, the Ravens scored at a 40% clip in the Red Zone, but scoring anything adds up on the scoreboard as the Ravens and the Saints found out Sunday afternoon.

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