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Week seven of the 2012 NFL Season is in the books and the division leading Baltimore Ravens suffered their first loss since week two, but still hold a game and a half lead in the division. All four AFC North teams were in action during week seven and only two will be in action in week eight as Baltimore and Cincinnati have bye weeks. We will begin with the division leading Baltimore Ravens who suffered one of the worst losses of its franchise history in week seven at the hands of the Houston Texans 43-13. Baltimore took an early 3-0 lead on the road as they marched down the field on their first drive of the game, and rookie kicker Justin Tucker drilled a 51-yarder to put the Ravens on top. The 51-yarder by Tucker broke the franchise record for most 50+ yard field goals in a season with three, and later he would add a fourth when he made a 54-yarder. Tucker, along with the return of the 2011 Defensive Player of the Year Terrell Suggs were the only bright spots of the game for Balti...
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