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Ravens 17 Redskins 10
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LANDOVER, Md. The Baltimore Ravens became the latest team to frustrate Washington's struggling offense, doing it with a 17-to-10 win over the Redskins.

The Ravens held Mark Brunell to just 83 passing yards and allowed Clinton Portis to run for only 53 yards on 25 carries.

Ed Reed anchored the Baltimore defense and special teams, scoring one touchdown and setting up another. Reed scooped up Brunell's fumble and returned it 22 yards for a T-D that cut Redskins' lead to 10-to-7 in the third quarter. He also sprung B.J. Sams for a 78-yard punt return that put the Ravens ahead to stay about two and a-half minutes later.

The Redskins intercepted Kyle Boller on three consecutive series in the first half but came away with just ten points. Brunell's seven-yard scoring toss to Chris Cooley accounted for Washington's lone touchdown.

Baltimore allowed just 107 total yards in dropping the Redskins to 1-and-4 under new coach Joe Gibbs.

Deion Sanders had an interception for the 3-and-2 Ravens.

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