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LaDainian Tomlinson

Ravens' success seems unsustainable unless their offense improves

Ravens' success seems unsustainable unless their offense improves

The formula has worked well enough for the Ravens to win six games and earn a share of first place in the AFC North with the Pittsburgh Steelers. But even in the din after the Ravens' 19-14 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, quarterback Joe Flacco acknowledged that the way the offense had just played won't be good enough to get the team to the playoffs.

"We're not going to survive week in and week out doing things like that," Flacco said after the Ravens were held to just one touchdown and scored only three second-half points.

At times this season, the Ravens (6-5) have won largely in spite of their sluggish offense. They've been able to lean on the NFL's...

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