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Schmuck: Fasten your purple seat belts. The Ravens' final 10 games could be a wild ride

The Ravens know they’ll have their defensive hands full when the New Orleans Saints come to town this weekend. Baltimore is the next stop on the Drew Brees Magical History Tour, and the NFL’s top offense is averaging 36 points and 424 yards per game.

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Ravens are slight home favorites vs. Saints in Week 7 clash

The Ravens are 2½-point favorites over the visiting New Orleans Saints ahead of their Week 7 showdown, according to most Las Vegas betting lines.

The matchup between the NFL’s top scoring offense and defense is the Ravens’ fourth straight game with a spread of three or fewer points. They easily covered the 2½-point spread as favorites Sunday in a 21-0 rout of the Tennessee Titans.

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The Ravens' pass rush Sunday was fast and furious. So is the Saints' passing attack

On third-and-13 midway through the second quarter Sunday, Ravens outside linebacker Za’Darius Smith lines up across from Tennessee Titans left guard Quinton Spain. Six Ravens teammates lurk at the line of scrimmage with him. All but two Titans are clustered together in front of them.

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Preston: Missing in recent seasons, hunger and roster competition drive Ravens in 2018

The Ravens’ 21-0 win against the Tennessee Titans on the road Sunday could define their 2018 season.

The Ravens (4-2) had another possible defining game the week before in an upset loss to the Cleveland Browns, so it was important to see how the team rebounded against Tennessee.

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Ravens notes: Alex Lewis ‘looks good’ after suffering neck injury, could play Sunday

After suffering what appeared to be a frightening neck injury in Sunday’s 21-0 victory at the Tennessee Titans, starting left guard Alex Lewis was back in the Ravens’ headquarters in Owings Mills on Monday, and it appears he might have dodged any debilitating effects.

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Ravens' John Harbaugh on friendship with Buck Showalter: 'I've learned so much from him'

Over his decade-plus with the Ravens, John Harbaugh has seen his share of coaching turnover. Take offensive coordinator: Marty Mornhinweg is his fifth since Harbaugh was named head coach in 2008.

But over the years, Harbaugh has grown close to another pillar of Baltimore sports: former Orioles manager Buck Showalter.

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