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Ravens Continue to Win on the Road in January

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Ravens Continue to Win on the Road in January

With 27 unanswered points via scoring drives on five consecutive possessions, the Baltimore Ravens beat the Kansas City Chiefs 30-7, and will advance to the Divisional Playoffs round for a third straight season.

Perhaps more impressively, all four of their wins in six playoff games under head coach John Harbaugh have come on the road.

The Ravens will have a short week to get healthy and prepare for the Pittsburgh Steelers, their AFC North who won the division this year by beating one more divisional opponent.

That game will be shown on CBS next Saturday at 4:30pm ET.

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco completed 25-of-34 pass attempts for 265 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Unlike his counterpart Matt Cassel, Flacco did not turn the ball over.

Cassel (9-of-18, 70 yards) was intercepted three times, and Chiefs running backs Jamaal Charles and Dexter McCluster each fumbled once.

The Chiefs only trailed the Ravens by three points at the half, but four of the Chiefs' five turnovers, as well as a turnover on downs, came in the final 30 minutes.

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