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As they motor towards the playoffs, Baltimore stopped to flex its muscles Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium, crushing the winless Indianapolis Colts offensively and defensively for a 24-10 victory.
The victory snaps Baltimore's eight-game losing streak to Indianapolis dating back to 2002, keeps the Ravens (10-3) atop the AFC North and shows just how strong this team is going down the stretch.
"It's getting better at the right time," defensive end Cory Redding said. "We're making a real strong push for this playoff position.
"We're fighting for the trophy. We all know what we're playing for. We've got something special here."
Baltimore's defense keyed the victory.
Linebacker Jarret Johnson said the unit watched a highlight reel of past sacks, big hits and turnovers against the Colts Saturday night. Then he stood up at the end and realized the Ravens hadn't won any of those games.
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