Texans vs. Ravens: Texans Defense Shutting Down Ravens Offensive Attack as Game Enters Fourth Quarter
The Houston Texans defense has stepped up huge today for this football team. They only allowed 118 total yards in the first half to the Ravens, and held Ray Rice to only 30 yards on eight carries.
The 17 points were all due to short field position for Baltimore, and the Texans defense actually held the Ravens to four punts with three of them three-in-outs.
Everyone wondered what adjustments would be made at the half, and if Houston can keep up the defensive intensity against a very good Baltimore rushing attack.
They responded to play even better.
Baltimore was held to two three-in-outs, and a turnovers on downs with a goal line stop by the Texans on fourth and goal from the half yard line.
The Ravens could only muster 65 yards of total offense in the quarter, as Ray Rice only had 13 yards on eight carries.
If the Texans can keep this Ravens offense shut down, and put together a few scoring drives, then they will be in good shape.
Baltimore only has 183 yards of total offense for the game.
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