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If there is one cause for concern to be gleaned from the Ravens' 23-0 defeat of the Washington Redskins at M&T Bank Stadium Thursday night, it's the number of penalties the team incurred.

The Ravens committed nine penalties for 70 and might have had more if two holding calls on offensive tackle Oniel Cousins (filling in for the injured Jared Gaither at left tackle) and an offside flag on defensive tackle Justin Bannan hadn't been declined.

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The offense was flagged seven times, while the remaining two penalties occurred on special teams. Needless to say, coach John Harbaugh wasn't too happy at seeing all of those yellow flags on the field.

"I was a little disappointed with the penalties," he said. "Too many penalties. That's something we have to find a way to work out."

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