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A Look at the Ravens Red Zone Stats: Week 2

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Funny thing is, the Baltimore Ravens capitalized every time they were in the Red Zone this past Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. That's the good news. The bad news? They were only in the Red Zone one time all game and only got a field goal out of the opportunity. The touchdown they scored was well outside the opponent's 20 yard line when Ravens QB Joe Flacco hit WR Derrick Mason perfectly in stride for a 31 yard TD strike to open up the third quarter.

Unfortunately, that was all the scoring the Ravens would do Sunday as they fell to the Bengals for the third time in a row, in surprisingly similar fashion. In order to score from within the RedZone, you have to get in there in the first place. But alas, that was not to happen - again.

Hopefully, this will all change courtesy of the home field crowd for the first time this season and the Cleveland Browns as the Ravens play host this coming Sunday.

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