Baltimore Ravens: 3 Toughest Games on Remaining Schedule

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Baltimore Ravens: 3 Toughest Games on Remaining Schedule
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Through the first four weeks of the season the Baltimore Ravens have looked like a quality football team.

Week one against a solid Cincinnati Bengals team the Ravens defense flexed their muscle. Andy Dalton was held to a measly 221 yards passing and was intercepted by the ageless Ed Reed.

On the other side of the ball, Joe Flacco has exceeded all expectations. What was supposed to be an offense centered around running back Ray Rice has turned into one of the most prolific passing attacks in the league.

Flacco is averaging 317.3 yards passing a game, throwing for 1269 total yards this season. He only trails Drew Brees and Eli Manning for most in the league.

While Flacco has been good, this Ravens team has been cutting it close. In week two, Flacco came up short on the final drive in a heart-breaking loss at Philadelphia.

The Ravens would have their revenge in the next week against the New England Patriots after kicker Justin Tucker hit a 27 yard field goal to sneak-out a victory, 31-30.

What’s ahead for the Ravens? An assortment of tough games that refuse to let up.

Here are the three biggest challenges left on the Ravens remaining schedule.

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