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Texans Vs. Ravens Update: Huge Defensive Stand By Houston Keeps Score At 17-13 After Three Quarters

After an up and down first half for both teams, the third quarter has been a battle of each teams defenses and bottling up the offenses as a result. Baltimore seemed poised to score after a ridiculous one-handed 30-yard catch by Lee Evans (yes, he's still alive) that got the Ravens down to the goal line. On 4th-and-1, Jim Harbaugh sent out his Baltimore Ravens offense to score a touchdown that could've put the game out of reach...

...and the Houston Texans defense stood tall.

Tim Dobbins plugged the hole that Ray Rice attempted to rush through and the Texans earned a turnover on downs.

The Texans had an earlier opportunity to score, but Neil Rackers somehow managed to hit the front crossbar on a 50-yard field goal attempt that would've closed the gap to 1.

The Ravens have the ball to begin the fourth quarter, here is the video of Lee Evans' ridiculous one-handed catch.

Can the Houston Texans find a way to pull ahead and take a trip to Foxboro to face the Patriots in the AFC Championship? We will find out in 15 minutes.

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