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Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Brad Childress said RB Trent Richardson is starting to show more patience as a runner. 'You want to do more so you’re going to try to do more and that’s not always the right way to go as a running back,' Childress said. 'That happens with every running back, he’s not the Lone Ranger.'
However, this year's struggles away from M&T Bank Stadium have been especially troubling because of the stark contrast between their offense's home and road performance, and just how poorly the Ravens played in falling to the Eagles, 24-23, in Week 2, beating the lowly Chiefs, 9-6, in Week 5, and getting dominated by the Texans, 43-13, two weeks ago.
"It's a factor," said Harbaugh, whose team is 18-17 in regular-season road games during his tenure. "We've got to play better on the road. We know that. We're going to hear about it until we do better."
In four home victories this season, the Ravens have averaged 32 points, 422 yards of offense and committed two turnovers. In three games on the road, the Ravens have mustered just 15 points per game while averaging 266 yards of offense and turning the ball over six times.