The Ravens are 10th in the NFL with 24.9 points per game, and have outscored teams, 129-88, at M&T Bank Stadium. But the offense has struggled on the road, particularly Flacco, who has completed just half of his attempts and has more interceptions (four) than touchdowns (two). With just 13 first-quarter points in their three road games, in which they went 1-2, the Ravens haven't been able to pull away from their opponents. They have struggled to move the chains on third down. And they have scored just two touchdowns in seven trips inside the red zone. So with five road games left to play, what can the Ravens do to reverse this alarming trend? "I don't know, but I've been getting asked that by everyone -- in grocery stores and everywhere," wide receiver Torrey Smith said. "I don't know. You're putting all the same players on the field, you've just got to execute, and for whatever reason on the road we haven't done as well."
Gene Sweeney Jr., The Baltimore Sun
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