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Ravens Tied 3-3 As Offense Woes Continue: 2nd Half 'Open Thread'

The Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs are tied 3-3 at the end of the first half, with both teams paying boring, uninspired football.

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The Baltimore Ravens continue to play consistently as they have not only this season but as well as in 2011 too. Consistent, in that they play great at home and below average on the road. The offense just is not in sync away from Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium, and today is no different. Pick your poison, as the offensive line is porous as is the defensive line. Joe Flacco's accuracy can best be termed as poor and his decision-making with the ball in his hands questionable.

The game is tied 3-3 at the half. Joe's halftime line is 7-17, 64 yards and a 52 QB Rating, all well-below the accolades he seems to earn from his home game performances. The defense has been equally miserable, giving up 125 yards rushing to Jamaal Charles alone and 180 rushing, in the first half alone.

The saving grace has been Chiefs QB Matt Cassel is playing ever worse than Flacco, with only 37 yards and a QB Rating of 44.

Keep it here for what hopefully is a much better second half on both sides of the ball for the Ravens. Adjust and come out with confidence and escape with a win is all any fan really wants. Continue this abysmal display which will allow the Chiefs to stay in the game which will keep the fans in the game and the possibility of an upset alive.