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With the deep scar still fresh from the gashing the Houston Texans gave to the Baltimore Ravens in yesterday's 44-13 loss, here's what the nation is saying about them around the web on that topic as well as a few others.

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With the deep scar still fresh from the gashing the Houston Texans gave to the Baltimore Ravens in yesterday's 44-13 loss, here's what the nation is saying about them around the web on that topic as well as a few others:

Ravens Crumble Against First-Place Texans - NYTimes.com
Aided by two touchdown passes from quarterback Matt Schaub, Houston imposed its will Sunday on Baltimore in a victory that reaffirmed its supremacy in the A.F.C.

Texans get first win over Ravens 43-13
The Texans scuffled a week ago in their first game without the star linebacker, but bounced back Sunday with a dominant defensive performance in a 43-13 win over the Baltimore Ravens.

Houston Texans blow out Baltimore Ravens 43-13 with WWE superstar Booker T serving as honorary team captain - Cageside Seats
WWE superstar Booker T served as honorary team captain for the Houston Texans for their game against the Baltimore Ravens at Reliant Stadium yesterday.

Baltimore OC Says Ravens Loved Watt And Barwin In Draft " CBS Houston
Cam Cameron said that the Ravens loved what they saw in JJ Watt and Connor Barwin before they were drafted.

Week 7 Observations- fanspeak The Baltimore Ravens suffered a crushing defeat to the Houston Texans yesterday, 43-13, the most lopsided loss under head coach John Harbaugh.

Ravens looking for better balance offensively - Carroll County Times

43 pass attempts from quarterback Joe Flacco. Just nine carries for running back Ray Rice.

John Harbaugh Needs To Act Like A Head Coach - International Business Times

John Harbaugh has had historic success with the Baltimore Ravens in his first four-plus years as a head coach in the NFL.

Is Joe Flacco losing faith in the Baltimore Ravens defense?
As the Dallas Cowboys were driving for a potential game-tying score on Sunday, Joe Flacco showed little faith in the Baltimore Ravens defense preventing it.

Should Baltimore Ravens' Ray Lewis call it quits? [Poll]
Writers from around the Tribune Co. discuss whether Lewis should call it a career.

Hiestand: TV networks interested in Ravens' Ray Lewis
Injured Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis could have a TV career if he's interested after his NFL playing days are over.

Former Utah Standout Ma'ake Kemeoeatu returns to the Baltimore Ravens - Deseret News

Ma'ake Kemoeatu, spent last year living in Northern Virginia and watching NFL games on television.

Baddest Ravens Tailgate Mobile In Baltimore " CBS Baltimore

Take a ride on the wild side with the most extravagant and spirited Ravens tailgating bus in town – Jimmy’s Famous Tailgating Bus.