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Ravens Fold In Houston; Lose to Texans 25-13 to Blurry Playoff Chances

The Ravens had a path to the playoffs, and Sunday that path got a lot more cloudy after an awful 25-13 setback to the Houston Texans.

It was one of the worst games in the history of QB Joe Flacco, who threw three picks and went 21-for-50 for 195 yards with two touchdowns.

Running back Arian Foster threw a touchdown pass, Randy Bullock made a franchise-record six field goals and Houston’s defense dominated.

The Ravens (9-6) now need some help next week to get into the postseason.

Houston (8-7) remains in the hunt with the victory but needs several teams to lose next week.

With three quarterbacks hurt, the Texans started Case Keenum, who got his first win in nine NFL starts.

Foster ran for 96 yards. But his highlight came when took a pitch from Keenum and, with a defender in his face, threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to C.J. Fiedorowicz to make it 16-0 in the second quarter.


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3 Responses to “Ravens Fold In Houston; Lose to Texans 25-13 to Blurry Playoff Chances”

  1. Berdj Rassam says:

    This was an unexpected and bad loss especially given that the playoffs are around the corner.

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