Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Ravens Comeback Not Enough for Win

The Baltimore Ravens played surprisingly well against the Cincinnati Bengals in their 42-29 loss. Jamal Lewis had over one hundred yards rushing. He finally found the holes he had been missing all year and our offense looked good in the third and fourth quarters. Kyle Boller kept handing Lewis the ball in the first quarter even though he couldn’t get any yards, but Boller’s persistence (and good coaching) led to some great running plays in the second half. The Bengals scored quickly on short drives and lead 31-0 at one point. The Ravens defense is to blame primarily for the Bengals lead, but until the third quarter the offense wasn’t doing much better.

What do we need to do to beat the Texans this Sunday?

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