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December 3, 2007
Patriots Outgained By Ravens
BALTIMORE -- Not only did Baltimore control the ball for 16:52 in the first half, compared to 13:08 for the Patriots, but the offensively-challenged Ravens outgained New England's high-powered attack, 159 yards to 125.
When the Ravens took the second-half kickoff and drove 73 yards in 8 plays, capped by Willis McGahee's 17-yard touchdown run for a 17-10 lead, it marked only the second time in the last six games that Baltimore scored more than 14 points.
McGahee carried 6 times on the drive, for 48 yards, and has 106 yards, on 21 carries, in the game.
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