The Baltimore Ravens scored 10 points off Tom Savage turnovers and defeated the Houston Texans by seven, 23-16, on Monday night. It doesn't take a Fields Medal winner to do that math.

"He can't turn it over," coach Bill O'Brien said of his quarterback. "I thought he did some good things, but we turned it over too many times on offense. They weren't all his fault, but the interceptions, we have to do a better job there. We've got to block better, run better, and do a lot of things better. That's what we are going to try to do."

Savage threw a first-half interception leading to a Baltimore TD on a short field, which turned the game around after giving the Ravens their first lead of the day. As the Texans were driving into Baltimore territory with less than five minutes remaining, Savage was strip-sacked by Terrell Suggs, which led to a field goal that extended the lead to seven points. A terrible Savage interception on the final Houston possession iced the contest.