OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) One week after ringing up 38 points in the first half at Tampa Bay, the Baltimore Ravens took a shutout deep into the fourth quarter against Atlanta.
Offense, defense, special teams - at this point, it appears as if the first-place Ravens can rely on any of those units to win.
Baltimore (5-2) ranks second in the AFC in scoring, averaging 28 points a game, and has allowed fewer points than any NFL team. Not only that, but Justin Tucker is 14 for 14 on field goal tries inside 50 yards and punter Sam Koch has 10 kicks inside the 20 compared to just two touchbacks.