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(Editor's Note: This week, another contribution from guest writer TIm Walsh) This week the Dallas Cowboys take on the Baltimore Ravens who are 4-1 on the season and are atop the AFC North.  The Baltimore Ravens have won three straight, their only loss coming against the Philadelphia Eagles, week 2 in Philly.  The Ravens have played in close games all year long.   These guys are used to being all smiles. What can the Cowboys do about that?     A Look Back (Previous 3 Games):   Week 3: The Ravens were able to edge out the New England Patriots 31-30 on a last second field goal. Week 4: Baltimore defeated the Cleveland Browns 23-16, in a game that came down to a last second Hail Mary for Brandon Weeden and the Browns.   Week 5: Last week, they were able to sneak by the Kansas City Chiefs 9-6, in what was a poorly played game by both teams.     The bottom line is they know how to win.     The first thing you think of when you here the Baltimore Ravens is defense.  Led by Ray Lewis, t...
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