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Ravens hope Sunday's fourth-quarter performance carries over into next game
Ravens hope Sunday's fourth-quarter performance carries over into next game

It was exactly how the Ravens envisioned their offense looking when the season began. Ray Rice was grinding out yards on the ground. Joe Flacco took a deep shot to rookie Marlon Brown that drew a pass interference penalty and spent the rest of the drive spreading the ball around to Jacoby Jones, Dennis Pitta and Ed Dickson. When the Ravens needed to get the ball in the end zone, Flacco found his two favorite targets — Pitta for the 1-yard touchdown and Torrey Smith for the two-point conversion. The nine-play, 64-yard, fourth-quarter drive in the Ravens' 29-26 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday set up a finish that coach John Harbaugh described a day later as...

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