• Live blog: Texans at Ravens

    Summary of 46 articles · Updated Sep 26, 2013
    • Double Coverage: Ravens at Bills

      The Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills will meet Sunday for the first time since 2010, when Baltimore edged Buffalo 37-34 in overtime. It's only September, but it might not be too early to call this a must-win for the Bills, who sit at the bottom of the…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • NFL Nation Buzz: Baltimore Ravens

      ESPN.com team reporter Jamison Hensley on the Baltimore Ravens' hot topics as they begin preparations for Week 4.
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    • Texans vs Ravens Chat at 11!

      Click Here to open the chat box and join in the fun!
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    • Film Study: Looking back at the Ravens' win over the Houston Texans

      Each week, Baltimore Sun reporters Aaron Wilson and Matt Vensel will look back at the Ravens' previous game and that of their next opponent.Ravens 30, Texans 9
    • Preston: Ravens offense is a work in progress

      Ravens coach John Harbaugh raised a few eyebrows Sunday afternoon when he said the Ravens offense was as far along as it could be following the team's 30-9 win over the Houston Texans.
    • McClain: Despite loss, Texans defense was solid against Ravens

      The Texans’ defense deserved a better fate than the 30-9 whipping the team suffered at Baltimore. The Texans allowed only 236 yards. In three games, the defense is surrendering only 249 yards a game, including 91.3 rushing. The Texans gave up one defens…
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    • Ravens report card vs. Texans

      Grading the Baltimore Ravens in their 30-9 win over the Houston Texans: Quarterback: It was another sluggish start for Joe Flacco, who seemed to be off the mark early. He was either leading his receivers too much to the inside or throwing high. Flacco l…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Ravens were stout in the red zone against Texans

      Texans went 0 for 2 in red zone against RavensTwice in the first half of the Ravens' 30-9 victory over the Houston Texans, the defense found itself backed up toward their end zone.
    • Ravens soar…Texans sore

      Ravens Soar/Texans Sore By: OneTexFan Too many blackbirds!! So, how’s the weather where you are? Sunny? Cloudy? It’s looking kind of gloomy where I am, Texans’ fans. The sun stopped shining way before sunset on this sad day. Instead, maybe I should ask,…
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    • Don Banks: Ravens turn back the clock in win over Texans

      BALTIMORE, Md. -- Turns out Week 3 was a Throwback Sunday in what is shaping up as a Throwback Season in Baltimore. The Ravens are back to their old-school ways of winning with defense and special teams, and it was only fitting that they went all retro-…
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Mistakes catch up to the Texans

      BALTIMORE -- It wasn't just that the Houston Texans ' defense played well in the first half. Put simply, it dominated the Baltimore Ravens. Baltimore punted on its first three drives, the first two marking the 13th and 14th three-and-out stops for the T…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Ravens defense is motivated by history

      BALTIMORE -- It's a nice story to say the Baltimore Ravens looked like their old selves on defense on the day Ray Lewis and Ed Reed returned to Baltimore. The real story is the Ravens defense wants to establish its own identity, and this hard-hitting, q…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Mike Preston grades the Ravens' 30-9 victory over the Houston Texans

      Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston delivers his grades on the Ravens' 30-9 win over the Houston Texans in Week 3 at M&T Bank Stadium.
    • McClain: Defending Super Bowl champs deliver wake-up call to Texans

      BALTIMORE – Just how pathetic was the Texans’ offense at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday? The Texans failed to score a touchdown against a Baltimore defense that was torched for seven scoring passes by Denver quarterback Peyton Manning. The Texans were l…
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    • Ravens waited until Week 3 to make a big statement

      Few picked the Ravens to beat the Houston Texans Sunday and no one predicted a Ravens blowout. Three weeks into the NFL season, the Ravens made a huge statement in a big game.
    • Ravens’ big plays doom Texans

      By Jon Marks Special to the Chronicle BALTIMORE— Forget, for a moment, the final score. That really doesn’t tell the story of the Ravens’ 30-9 win over the Texans, who discovered it’s not always so smart digging a second half deficit and then trying to …
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    • Locker Room Buzz: Baltimore Ravens

      Observed in the locker room after the Baltimore Ravens' 30-9 win over the Houston Texans: Growing pains: The Ravens only managed 236 total yards, including 10 in the first half, but there is no sense of panic on offense. "I keep saying it, we're a …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Solomon: Five things we learned in Texans’ loss

      Main game story: Texans suffer first loss of season, 30-9 to Ravens The Texans failed to score a touchdown Sunday, falling to the Ravens 30-9. It was not a good day at the office. Five things we learned: 1. Gary Konserviak Don’t tell me about the tackle…
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    • Instant analysis of the Ravens' win over the Houston Texans

      Baltimore Sun reporters and editors give their thoughts on the Ravens' win over the Houston Texans.
    • Defense steps up in Ravens' 30-9 win over the Houston Texans

      Ravens middle linebacker Daryl Smith catches passes from the JUGS machine for about 10 minutes before the start of every practice, so he knows exactly what to do when he breaks on an underneath route and finds a ball coming directly toward his chest.
    • Ravens drop Texans 30-9, both teams 2-1

      The Texans didn’t look like a team that walked in the door undefeated, and they walked out with plenty of questions. Quarterback Matt Schaub frankly squandered an early lead and a solid defensive stand by his guys, and his interception which was returne…
    • Baltimore beats Houston 30-9, handing Texans first loss of season

      Daryl Smith’s 37-yard interception return and Tandon Doss’ 87-yard scoring run-back of a punt proved to be the back-breaking plays Sunday as the Baltimore Ravens coasted to a sloppy but easy 30-9 victory over the offensively-inept Texans. Smith’s scorin…
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    • Rapid Reaction: Ravens 30, Texans 9

      BALTIMORE -- A few thoughts on the Baltimore Ravens' 30-9 win against the Houston Texans: What it means: The Ravens reasserted themselves as a team to watch in the AFC just two weeks after being embarrassed in Denver. On the strength of defense and spec…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Texans controlling the clock on the Ravens

      The Texans are more of less dominating the Ravens, everywhere but the scoreboard. Houston’s holding a 6-0 lead early in the second quarter, but it’s not for a lack of control over the game. The Texans held the ball for 12:15 of the first quarter, with a…
    • Your turn: Grade the Ravens vs. the Houston Texans

      Your turn: Grade the Ravens vs. the Houston Texans
    • Photos: Texans vs. Ravens

      See the best photos from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.
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    • Ravens vs. Texans [Pictures]

      Browse images of the game between the Ravens and Houston Texans at M&T Bank Stadium.
    • Submit your Ravens questions for Mike Preston

      Have a Ravens-related topic for Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston?
    • Gameday Central: Texans at Ravens

      Texans at Ravens, noon: The big storyline today is the return of Ed Reed to Baltimore. The future Hall of Famer will make his much-anticipated Texans’ debut today against his former team.
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    • Postgame updates: Ravens 30, Texans 9

      Follow the action and share your thoughts on today's game as the Ravens take on the Houston Texans at M&T Bank Stadium.
    • Live blog: Lions at Redskins

      Join our ESPN.com NFL experts as they break down the Detroit Lions' visit to the Washington Redskins. Contribute your thoughts and questions beginning at 1 p.m. ET. And, be sure to visit our NFL Nation Blitz page for commentary from every game, as well …
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    • Live blog: Chargers at Titans

      Join our ESPN.com NFL experts as they break down the San Diego Chargers' visit to the Tennessee Titans. Contribute your thoughts and questions beginning at 1 p.m. ET. And, be sure to visit our NFL Nation Blitz page for commentary from every game, as wel…
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    • Lions focus on opportunities, not on history in D.C.

      The Lions have never won in Washington, but the 21-game road losing streak to the Redskins franchise won't be on players' minds Sunday. Instead, the Lions (1-1) will focus on trying to beat an 0-2 Redskins team starving for a victory.
      Source: detnews.com
  • BDC 9/26: Bills Prepare For Home Matchup Versus Ravens

    DAILY REPORT – The Buffalo Bills will return to Ralph Wilson Stadium this Sunday when they welcome the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens for a 1:00 PM ET contest on Sunday, September 29th. Sunday’s game will mark the sixth regular season me…
  • NFL Nation Buzz: Houston Texans

    ESPN.com team reporter Tania Ganguli on the Houston Texans' hot topics as they begin preparations for Week 4.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • First look: Texans: Here’s our weekly “First Look” at Seattle…

      Here’s our weekly “First Look” at Seattle’s upcoming opponent: Seahawks opponent: Houston Game time: 10 a.m. Pacific Time, Reliant Stadium TV: Fox Coach: Gary Kubiak, who is 63-56 in his eighth year as Houston’s coach. Record: 2-1 Last game: Lost at the…
  • Texans WR Johnson to undergo MRI on shin

    Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson will have an MRI on his shin Monday to determine the extent of an injury he suffered in Sunday's 30-9 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Short-handed Ravens stymie Schaub, Texans

    Daryl Smith scored on a 37-yard interception return, Tandon Doss took a punt 82 yards for a touchdown and the Baltimore Ravens smothered the Houston Texans' offense in a 30-9 victory Sunday.
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Schaub pick-six opens floodgates for Ravens

    The Texans were cruising right along, controlling the clock and the game. And then Matt Schaub made a terrible mistake, and the Ravens are suddenly up 17-9 at halftime. The Ravens followed Daryl Smith’s interception return for a touchdown with an 82-yar…

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Don Banks: Ravens turn back the clock in win over Texans
Double Coverage: Ravens at Bills
Film Study: Looking back at the Ravens' win over the Houston Te…
First look: Texans: Here’s our weekly “First Look” at Seattle……
Preston: Ravens offense is a work in progress
Five Things We Learned from the Ravens' 30-9 win over the Houst…
Ravens soar…Texans sore
Mistakes catch up to the Texans
Ravens defense is motivated by history
Mike Preston grades the Ravens' 30-9 victory over the Houston T…
Ravens waited until Week 3 to make a big statement
Ravens’ big plays doom Texans
Short-handed Ravens stymie Schaub, Texans
Instant analysis of the Ravens' win over the Houston Texans
Defense steps up in Ravens' 30-9 win over the Houston Texans
Ravens drop Texans 30-9, both teams 2-1
Schaub pick-six opens floodgates for Ravens
Texans controlling the clock on the Ravens
Your turn: Grade the Ravens vs. the Houston Texans
Ravens vs. Texans [Pictures]
Submit your Ravens questions for Mike Preston
Postgame updates: Ravens 30, Texans 9
Lions focus on opportunities, not on history in D.C.