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The last time the Ravens stopped by Dolphin Stadium, purple and black didn’t just dot the stands - they were more like big splashes of color.


Baltimore won that contest 27-13 to the delight of the many fans, friends and family in attendance, who at times were louder than the sparse set of Miami Dolphins supporters.


And while the Ravens don’t expect the same massive support this Sunday when they begin their playoff push against the Dolphins, playing in a hostile environment has not been a problem for them all season.


For a team that had a history of road woes in the past, the Ravens have more than made up for their troubles this year. Through an 11-5 campaign, Baltimore has gone 5-3 away from M&T Bank Stadium.


The Ravens’ offense has performed even better in those situations, averaging 342.0 yards per game in a foreign atmosphere and 294.1 yards per contest in Charm City.


A main driver of that success is rookie quarterback Joe Flacco. He has thrown 10 touchdowns to only five interceptions, completing 64.5 percent of his attempts and posting a 91.7 passer rating (third-best in the NFL) away from home.





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I hope this trend continues because it's all road games now.

Harbaugh accomplished a huge team goal by getting this team to win on the road...to find ways to win, execute, stay focused and not wilt. You don't make the playoffs without that attribute.


Fan note: For those who will be attending the game, report to the "Orange Lot"...for a huge Ravens tailgate party....:) Then march, 'en masse' into the stadium.



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