Baltimore Ravens Highlights and Lowlights: Houston Texans Edition

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Dec 21, 2014; Houston, TX, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) is sacked by Houston Texans defensive end Jared Crick (93) during the second quarter at NRG Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

The Ravens didn’t just come out slowly on offense against the Texans, they came out looking like they had no interest in scoring points at all.  Joe Flacco and crew were absolutely brutal and could only muster two first downs and 31 total yards as Flacco tossed two picks in the first half.  We knew that the Texans might have had some inside info on Gary Kubiak’s playcalling, but this was a bit ridiculous.

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The second half kicked off with a gift wrapped 1st and goal following a 45 yard punt return by Jacoby Jones and a personal foul on the Texans’ defense.  That led to an easy touchdown pass from Joe Flacco to a wide open Torrey Smith.  Things, unfortunately, just got worse from that point on in the worst offensive performance of the Ravens’ season.

As we do each week, we have assembled all the great plays and the not-so-great plays for your viewing pleasure. Thanks to our partners as FanSided GIF, of course. Those fellas work tirelessly to bring you the all the best plays in sports almost as soon as they happen. Click next to relive the moments of glory and see what went wrong.  Here are your Baltimore Ravens highlights and lowlights for week 16.

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