The Ravens have done it again. Completing their fourth consecutive win on Sunday they’re looking more and more like the team to beat. In case you weren’t able to catch the game here’s a gist of what occurred as the Ravens took on the Cowboys.
Flacco threw for 234 yards with one touchdown. The Ravens added another interception to Dallas’ record, making it their second interception all year. Rice had a good game, rushing for 63 yards and carrying for two touchdowns. Anquan Boldin received for 98 yards, the most for the game between both teams.
The Ravens defense is very strong, Haloti Ngata had five tackles, one assist and one sack. Ray Lewis, still proving he’s one of the best in the league, had eight tackles, and six assists. Sadly Lewis was unable to play the last few minutes in the game due to a possible tricep injury. Cary Williams was responsible for the interception. C Williams also had five tackles in the game. Lardarius Webb also faced an injury, potentially tearing his ACL, and Holoti Ngata, also bit by the injury bug, “tweeked” his knee.
Justin Tucker was once again perfect this weekend, kicking for seven extra points, one field goal kick and four extra point kicks. Sam Koch punted three times averaging 41.7 yards.
Next up, the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium before they get a bye in week 8. Can Baltimore keep their streak going against one of the best teams in the league this year?
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Written by Brandie
Brandie is a graduate from Utah State University where she competed as a Division 1 gymnast. Growing up in the DC area Brandie has always been a fan of the Baltimore Ravens and is honored to have the privilege to write about them.