Closings & Delays

The Ravens tame the Texans

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The Baltimore Ravens defense gave their fans another strong performance when they beat the Houston Texans, 30-9.   The Ravens held a second straight opponent without a touchdown while getting a defensive score from Daryl Smith, who returned an interception for a TD.

The Ravens also celebrated the career of Ray Lewis  by inducting him into the Ring of Honor at halftime and they played against Texans safety Ed Reed for the 1st time.  Of course, he spent 11 years with the Ravens.

The Ravens also got an 82-yard punt return touchdown from Tandon Doss and a 1-yard touchdown run from Bernard Pierce, who rushed for 65 yards on 24 carries in place of an injured Ray Rice.

Baltimore is 2 and 1 and they play at Buffalo next Sunday at 1pm.



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