Baltimore Ravens: 10 Observations in Win Over the Houston Texans

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Baltimore Ravens:  10 Observations in Win Over the Houston Texans
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WR Derrick Mason notching first TD of evening

Without a doubt, Monday night’s game between the Baltimore Ravens (9-4) and Houston Texans (5-8) became an instant classic as soon as the lights went out at Reliant Stadium.

The Ravens' 34-28 overtime win, which came off a pick-six when CB Josh Wilson intercepted Texans QB Matt Schaub, is already being dissected 10 thousand ways by every critic in the industry.

Instead of nitpicking every aspect of the game, we will look at five areas in which the Ravens excelled during the Monday night showdown, and five areas that were obvious eyesores which require immediate improvement—10 simple observations that might change your opinion of the Baltimore Ravens (for better or worse).

Let’s start with the painfully bad observations and end with some positive upside.

 

Todd McGregor is a Baltimore Ravens Featured Columnist here on BleacherReport.com

Follow Todd's work on Twitter!  Twitter.com/ravens023

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