7. Finishing drives with points:
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The Ravens have to finish drives with points. Of course you want touchdowns, but Justin Tucker field goals are enough sometimes. The Ravens have left points on the field two weeks in a row. Against the Steelers, Alex Collins fumbled by the goal line. That’s seven points right there. Crabtree cost the Ravens at least 10 points by dropping a first down that would have put Baltimore in field goal range and a touchdown pass. The Ravens had a field goal blocked by Cleveland. That’s another three points. Flacco made a bad interception right by the goal line. That’s 27 points the Ravens have missed out on in two weeks.
6. An elimination of silly mistakes:
That is just a perfect transition into the next thing Ravens fans want to see. The Ravens fanbase is tired of silly mistakes. What’s a silly mistake? A blocked field goal is certainly on the list of silly mistakes. Fumbles count as do interceptions that you see coming a mile a way from Mr. Flacco. Number 7 and number six aren’t exactly the same thing but they are connected to each other. If the Ravens eliminate mistakes that make Ravens fans throw their television remotes, more drives will end in points. However silly mistakes don’t just cost the Ravens points. Silly mistakes gave the Broncos an early 7-0 lead. Silly mistakes made the Steelers game closer than it had to be. Downright inexcusably silly mistakes cost the Ravens a W against the Browns.