Game 7: Ravens 29, Raiders 10

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<b> <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000161" title="Baltimore Ravens" href="/topic/sports/football/baltimore-ravens-ORSPT000161.topic">Ravens</a> offense is full of pleasant surprises in easy victory over Raiders</b><br>
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Using their version of the single wing, called the "Suggs Package" by coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens put Troy Smith at quarterback and used <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT0000012410" title="Joe Flacco" href="/topic/sports/football/joe-flacco-PESPT0000012410.topic">Joe Flacco</a> as the wide receiver. The Ravens gave up just 35 yards in the first half as they took a 19-0 lead. Flacco was 12-for-24 for 140 yards and a touchdown -- a 70-yarder to Demetrius Williams.

( October 27, 2008 )

Tricks and treats

Ravens offense is full of pleasant surprises in easy victory over Raiders

Using their version of the single wing, called the "Suggs Package" by coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens put Troy Smith at quarterback and used Joe Flacco as the wide receiver. The Ravens gave up just 35 yards in the first half as they took a 19-0 lead. Flacco was 12-for-24 for 140 yards and a touchdown -- a 70-yarder to Demetrius Williams.

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