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Ravens have prepared for Rams' no-huddle offense

Ravens have prepared for Rams' no-huddle offense

Furor over the New York Giants' questionable tactic of faking injuries notwithstanding, the Ravens are concentrating their defensive efforts on neutralizing the St. Louis Rams' no-huddle offense.

"It's going to be interesting," seven-time Pro Bowl free safety Ed Reed said. "Playing last week helped us out a lot. It's not like we haven't been practicing for it, because we have. But it's just going to be a little bit more up-tempo, which requires everybody's attention."

In Monday night's 28-16 loss to the Giants, St. Louis went to the hurry-up style 11 times, all in the first half. That philosophy contributed to the Rams' second field goal of the game from...