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Ravens Red Zone Stats - Week 3

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The Baltimore Ravens made it into the Red Zone only twice last week, but took advantage of both opportunities in their 24-17 win over the Cleveland Browns. Twice the Ravens got inside the opponent's 20 yard line and each time Ravens QB Joe Flacco found WR Anquan Boldin in the end zone for the touchdown pass and catch. He also found "Q" for another TD, but that one was outside of the Red Zone. The Ravens placekicker, Billy Cundiff hit one of his two long FG attempts, but neither was from inside the Red Zone. Therefore two visits inside the Red Zone and two touchdowns is a pretty good ratio, one that Head Coach John Harbaugh as well as all Ravens fans should be satisfied with and proud of.

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