Ravens lose 2nd in row, 31-28 to Redskins in OT
LANDOVER, Md. -- Ed Reed and the Baltimore Ravens hardly are used to losing consecutive games.
Hadn't happened since early in the 2009 season, until a 31-28 overtime setback against the Washington Redskins on Sunday followed last weekend's defeat against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
"We've had a tough run here," said Ravens coach John Harbaugh, whose team had won right after each of its previous 15 losses.
While the Ravens (9-4) still hold a two-game lead in the AFC North with three ...
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