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Author: Jon Kuzma
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The Baltimore Ravens got their 9th win of the season by knocking off the Indianapolis Colts 23-16. Joe Flacco played pretty good in this contest throwing for 237 yards, 2 touchdowns, and no interceptions. While Alex Collins did all he could rushing for 51 yards on the ground for Baltimore. Michael Campanaro and Maxx Williams both caught a touchdown apiece for the Ravens as well and overall it was a great for John Harbaugh’s football team. Jacoby Brissett threw for 215 yards, 1 touchdown, and no interceptions for the Colts. There wasn’t enough scoring for Indianapolis but T.Y Hilton did manage to haul in 100 receiving yards. Frank Gore also rushed for 68 yards and caught 1 touchdown pass from Brissett but the Colts need more playmakers on offense before they can compete with the teams that are above .500 in this league. On the defensive side of things C.J Mosley led Baltimore with 6 tackles. Tony Jefferson chipped 5 tackles for the Ravens too. Kenny Moore had a big day for Indianapolis’s defense he recorded 9 tackles and 1 forced fumble. Barkevious Mingo played heard as well with 7 tackles and 1 sack. Baltimore takes another step towards the playoffs they will need the Buffalo Bills to slump over their next two games in order to get in. The Ravens defense has really been coming alive lately and that could end up being the x-factor for this team heading into the final game of the season. If Harbaugh’s team can maintain their poise and knock off the Bengals there’s a very good chance they’ll end up competing for a Vince Lombardi Trophy after the regular season ends. You have to believe that is good for football because it feels like the Ravens are better team than the Bills when it’s all said and done.
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