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December 14, 2010
Ravens 34, Texans 28 Overtime: 12:01 Ravens Touchdown - Josh Wilson 12-yard interception return Ravens 28, Texans 28 Fourth quarter: 0:21 Houston Touchdown - 5-yard pass from Matt Schaub to Andre Johnson. (Matt Schaub pass to Jacoby Jones for the two-point conversion). Ravens 28, Texans 20 Fourth quarter: 6:00 Houston Touchdown - 7-yard pass from Matt Schaub to Jacoby Jones. (Neil Rackers extra point is good). Ravens 28, Texans 13 Third quarter: 0:36 Houston Field Goal - 42-yarder by Neil Rackers.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2014
The next Ravens season is seven months away, but we already have a frontrunner for buzzword of 2014. Bootleg. Bootleg. Bootleg. Bootleg. Two days after the Ravens hired former Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak to be their next offensive coordinator, it appears that a number of national analysts, some more reputable than others when it comes to the NFL, are talking about whether Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is capable of thriving in Kubiak's...
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October 13, 2011
Kevin Cowherd Ravens 24, Texans 13 League's hardest-hitting defense too much for Texans, who'll be gobbling pain-killers like they're Tic Tacs on flight home. Edward Lee Ravens 28, Texans 13 The Texans' hope for a season-turning upset evaporated with the injuries to wide receiver Andre Johnson and outside linebacker Mario Williams. Mike Preston Ravens 21, Texans 10 Minus their two best players, Texans can't dig out of this big hole.
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The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2013
A collection of what other media outlets are saying about the release of former Ravens and, most recently, Houston Texans safety Ed Reed. * NFL.com's Chris Wesseling says Reed “might be facing the end of his football career.” The Texans surely realized a disgruntled veteran of Reed's declining skill level and decorated resume would be a distraction on a team trying to pull itself out of the tailspin of a seven-game losing skid....
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by Carson Porter | October 17, 2011
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By Jamison Hensley | November 7, 2008
THREE THINGS THAT NEED TO GO RIGHT ... 1 Expose another bad run defense. After running over Oakland and Cleveland, the Ravens need to do the same against the Texans. Houston has allowed 12 rushing touchdowns in eight games. 2 Force Sage Rosenfels to repeat his turnover troubles. The Texans backup quarterback has two interceptions and two lost fumbles in six quarters this season. Rosenfels is taking over for injured starter Matt Schaub (knee). 3 Terrell Suggs wins his matchup. The Ravens linebacker faces left tackle Duane Brown, who surrendered two sacks to Vikings defensive end Jared Allen on Sunday.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | October 14, 2011
THREE THINGS THAT NEED TO GO RIGHT … 1. RAVENS FOLLOW LEAD OF LEACH . Ravens fullback Vonta Leach is licking his chops to bang heads with his former teammates and open up holes for Ray Rice. 2. LINE TAKES HEAT OFF FLACCO. Even without Mario Williams, the Texans front seven is formidable, as Wade Phillips' unit is tied for fourth in the NFL in sacks. 3. SCHAUB IS SILENCED. When he last faced the Ravens, Texans quarter Matt Schaub threw for 393 yards and directed five straight scoring drives.
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By Richard Justice and Houston Chronicle | October 13, 2011
The Texans don't expect Jacoby Jones to be as good as Andre Johnson. That's not the issue. Even at his best, Jones is nowhere close. Almost no one in the NFL is. From the moment Johnson got hurt, the Texans knew everything they do on offense would be more difficult. They guessed Arian Foster might have less room to run and Matt Schaub might have less time to throw and that they'd have less margin for error across the board. But the thing that both excites and frustrates them about Jones is that he can and should be so much better than he has been the last two weeks.
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September 3, 2012
Healthy Chiefs dangerous Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune The playoff field in the AFC is going to include a lot of familiar teams from last year — with one notable exception. The Chiefs could go from worst to first in the AFC West. They were a team that was demolished by injuries last year, and they still won three of their last five games. With some better health this season, the Chiefs could be the NFL's surprise team. The returns of Matt Cassel, Jamaal Charles, Tony Moeaki and Eric Berry should bolster this team, and new coach Romeo Crennel should push the right buttons.
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By Matt Vensel | November 28, 2011
As the Ravens enjoyed their first weekend off since the bye week -- a prize for defeating two quality opponents in five days -- the rest of the AFC contenders held serve by winning their games on Sunday. The New England Patriots, Houston Texans and Pittsburgh Steelers won to improve to 8-3 and force a four-way tie atop the conference with the Ravens. Technically, the Ravens are the No. 3 seed right now behind the Texans and Patriots because conference record is the tie-breaker. The Texans are 7-2 in the AFC and the Patriots are 6-2. The Ravens are 5-2 (plus they own a head-to-head win over the Texans)
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | September 23, 2013
Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub let his guard down for a second, and the Ravens defense pounced. Midway through the second quarter, the Texans led the Ravens, 6-3, but the score could have been more lopsided if not for the play of the Ravens defense in the red zone. Still, the Texans were in charge when Schaub dropped back in the pocket and casually tossed a short throw toward tight end Owen Daniels. Maybe he perceived pressure that wasn't actually there, the residual of a Terrell Suggs sack earlier in the game.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 20, 2013
The education of Ravens rookie free safety Matt Elam is approaching a pivotal early phase, a moment he intends to be ready for. The first-round draft pick already knows what's heading his way Sunday against the Houston Texans at M&T Bank Stadium. He'll be matching wits and speed with a sophisticated, high-powered offense led by veteran quarterback Matt Schaub. Here come the play-action passes intended to gauge whether Elam is too aggressive and will overreact to fakes by sprinting toward the line of scrimmage, eager to deliver punishment.
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The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2013
Monique Jones Texans 28, Ravens 14 The Ravens may need a couple of more weeks to get everyone on the same page. As a result, the Texans take advantage and leave M&T Bank Stadium with their first win in Baltimore. Mike Preston Texans 27, Ravens 21 The Ravens are still struggling to find the right chemistry while the Texans already have an identity on both offense and defense, and are simply picking up from where they left off last season. Peter Schmuck Texans 23, Ravens 16 With Ray Rice banged up and Joe Flacco just getting into sync with his receivers, this is a bad time to face the Texans and that nasty defensive line.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2013
Texans 30, Titans 24 Strategy: Led by All-Pro defensive end J.J. Watt, the Texans have one of the most aggressive and physical 3-4 defensive fronts in the NFL. Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips isn't afraid to blitz and he sent pass rushers in waves at Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker. That style of play puts pressure on his defensive backs to play tight man coverage, something that can be exploited. Offensively, they're the same old Texans, relying on Arian Foster and Ben Tate to carry the ball on zone-blocking runs and rolling out quarterback Matt Schaub on play-action bootlegs.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | October 21, 2012
- Standing in the Houston Texans' backfield with his arms raised toward the sky, Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs celebrated after slamming quarterback Matt Schaub to the ground. It was the exclamation point of Suggs' surprisingly speedy return from a partially torn right Achilles tendon suffered in late April during the weekend of the NFL draft. Although the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year wasn't happy with the Ravens' 43-13 debacle of a loss to the Texans on Sunday at Reliant Stadium, Suggs did serve notice that he has recovered from a serious injury initially expected to sideline him until much later in the season.
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By Matt Vensel | October 19, 2012
The Ravens offense isn't the only one that needs to get off to a fast start in the first half of Sunday's game. Obviously, every team wants to get an early lead, but scoring early will be just as important for a Houston Texans offense that is built to hold a big lead, not erase one. The Texans have one of the most balanced offenses in the league, but they want to get a lead, pound the ball on the ground with running backs Arian Foster and Ben...
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By SPORTS NETWORK | September 13, 2010
HOUSTON — Arian Foster set a franchise record with 231 rushing yards on 33 attempts as the Texans notched a rare victory over the defending AFC champion Colts, a 34-24 triumph at Reliant Stadium. Foster scored three touchdowns and broke the single-game record for rushing yards against the Colts. The second-year Tennessee product appeared in just six games last year and nearly doubled his career rushing total after gaining 254 yards in 2009. Matt Schaub threw for 107 yards and a touchdown with one interception on 9-of-17 passing for the Texans (1-0)
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September 3, 2012
Healthy Chiefs dangerous Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune The playoff field in the AFC is going to include a lot of familiar teams from last year — with one notable exception. The Chiefs could go from worst to first in the AFC West. They were a team that was demolished by injuries last year, and they still won three of their last five games. With some better health this season, the Chiefs could be the NFL's surprise team. The returns of Matt Cassel, Jamaal Charles, Tony Moeaki and Eric Berry should bolster this team, and new coach Romeo Crennel should push the right buttons.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2012
Having lost their starting quarterback and their highest-paid defensive player in the middle of the season, the Houston Texans are arguably the unlikeliest team left in the NFL's final eight. But the Ravens say they aren't surprised by the 11-6 Texans, nor was offensive coordinator Cam Cameron by the touchdown that propelled the AFC South champions into the divisional round. Last Saturday, in the final minute of the first half, rookie defensive end J.J. Watt slipped a block and plucked a line-drive pass from Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton out of the air with his left hand, then returned it 29 yards for a tie-breaking, morale-crushing score.
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