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Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
These Baltimore Ravens sure know how to score points lately.
Despite its reputation as a defensive team, Baltimore put up four touchdowns in the second half to blow out the Houston Texans, 41-13.
The Ravens are proving to be a legitimate threat in the AFC. They won their fourth game in a row and are averaging 33.5 points per game over that span.
Baltimore (6-3) is piling on wins at the right time. The Ravens have three of their next four games against tough NFC East opponents, starting next week on the road against the New York Giants, followed by the Philadelphia Eagles at home on Nov. 23.
But with six victories in their first nine games, the Ravens have set themselves up well for the November and December stretch.