Raiders vs. Ravens: Full Highlights and Recap

Jesse Reed@@JesseReed78Correspondent INovember 11, 2012

The Baltimore Ravens took the Oakland Raiders behind the proverbial woodshed in Week 10, winning easily by a score of 55-20.

The Raiders were without Darren McFadden and Mike Goodson, who were both out with high ankle sprains, and it showed. The team only managed 72 yards on 24 carries, and the Ravens defense was able to key in on Carson Palmer and the passing attack all game long.

Palmer did what he could, throwing for 368 yards with two touchdowns and one interception, but he also lost a fumble and the Ravens could not be stopped on offense.

Joe Flacco passed for 341 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. He also ran one in for a touchdown, totaling four scores on the afternoon. 

Torrey Smith only caught two passes on the day, but he made the most out of his efforts as they both went for touchdowns.

Ray Rice and Sam Koch both pitched in a touchdown run, and the Ravens rolled.

Paul Kruger's performance deserves mentioning, too, as he totaled two sacks and hauled in Palmer's lone interception.

The Raiders fell to 3-6 on the season and will host the red-hot New Orleans Saints in Week 11, while the Ravens improved to 7-2 and will travel to face the Pittsburgh Steelers. 

 

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