The Ravens went three-and-out after Jadeveon Clowney made his presence felt, forcing Flacco into a bad pass on third down.
The Baltimore Ravens have been as up-and-down as any team in football season, but at 5-5 they’re still alive and well in the playoff race. They’ll try to get back over .500 when they take on the Houston Texans Monday night at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN (live stream at WatchESPN).
The Ravens’ defense is the chief reason why they have five wins. They have three shutout victories this season, the most recent one being a 23-0 win over the Green Bay Packers last week. That defense has been good enough to keep the Ravens competitive, even while Joe Flacco scuffles through a career-worst season.
Through ten games, Flacco has a paltry nine touchdown passes, while throwing 11 interceptions and averaging 5.4 yards per attempt. He also has three lost fumbles on the year. The Ravens’ offense has become a station-to-station unit, leaning on Alex Collins and Javorious Allen in the run game while utilizing short dumpoff passes and relying on Justin Tucker to score points. It’s probably not a sustainable formula, but the defense gives Baltimore a puncher’s chance of playing in January.
The Texan’s dream season evaporated in a flash when
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