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Five things we learned from the Ravens’ 27-17 loss to the Cowboys

Five things we learned from the Ravens’ 27-17 loss to the Cowboys

1.) The Cowboys won the main-event match of the day.

We spent the week anticipating a heavyweight title fight between the Ravens’ No. 1 defense and the Cowboys’ No. 1 offense. It seemed clear that for the Ravens to win, their defensive front seven would need to outplay Dallas’ stellar offensive line.

That went exceptionally well for about 20 minutes of game action, and then the Cowboys asserted their quality. Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott completed 27 of 36 passes and avoided any significant mistakes. Running back prodigy Ezekiel Elliott gained 71 of his 97 yards in the second half. Dallas won the time-of-possession battle 2-to-1 after...

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