Baltimore Ravens win third in a row, shut down New Orleans saints

The Baltimore Ravens (6-3) won their third in a row and fourth out of their beyond five with a 27-13 triumph over the New Orleans saints.

Defense of Baltimore's controlled the game, recording four sacks, including 2.5 by Justin Houston. 

defense of The Ravens' delivered its most dominant performance of the season when the group required it the most. 

The Ravens held the saint to 243 yards, the least for New Orleans this season.

Outside linebacker Justin Houston conveyed 2.5 sacks and a final-quarter capture. 

He turned into the first player in Quite a while's history with three continuous different sack games. 

Houston was the group's top playmaker as the defense didn't permit a score until four minutes were left in the game. 

This was an opportune exertion by the defense in light of the fact that its offense is very beaten up. 

In any case, the Ravens dominated their third consecutive match and head into the bye with a one-game lead over the Cincinnati Bengals for the lead position in the AFC North. 

Houston's block attempt in the final quarter. With 8:24 left in the game, the Ravens fixed their fourth win in five matches with the sort of game-shutting play that had eluded them this season. 

The Ravens keep on being one of the quickest beginning groups in the NFL. 

Baltimore turned into the primary group to lead by twofold digits anytime in every one of its initial nine rounds of a season since the 2011 Green Bay Packers