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Ravens speed up the game, go to no-huddle offense more frequently

Ravens speed up the game, go to no-huddle offense more frequently

For one of the few times all season, quarterback Joe Flacco appeared completely comfortable. Operating the no-huddle offense in the game-opening drive last week against the Cincinnati Bengals, Flacco led the Ravens on an 11-play, 75-yard drive that ended with a 14-yard touchdown pass to Breshad Perriman.

Such drives, though, have been hard for the Ravens to replicate. Season-long problems moving the ball and scoring points have prompted the Ravens to stray from their typical identity and go to a no-huddle offense more and more in recent weeks.

When they face the surging Miami Dolphins on Sunday afternoon at M&T Bank Stadium in a matchup of two AFC playoff hopefuls, the...

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