Ravens HC John Harbaugh says halftime locker room vs. Texans was ‘a little edgy’

The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Houston Texans in the Divisional Round by the final score of 34-10, advancing to the team’s first AFC Championship game since they won the Super Bowl back in the 2012-2013 season. It took plenty of heart to beat Houston, especially after the way the first half ended for both sides.

“The locker room was good. I think everybody was kind of a little edgy. We were all a little edgy. I talked to [the players] last night. I don’t even know how we feel. None of us know how we feel. We’re excited for the opportunity, but we’re edgy, and we’re mad. We have a lot to prove, and I thought that was the feeling in the locker room at the game. Everybody just took a deep breath and said, ‘Alright, it’s 0-0. [We] gave up a big punt return, and it’s our game to go win. We have to go take it.'”

Baltimore went into halftime tied at 10 with the Texans after a string of plays went against them. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh described what the halftime locker room was like, calling it “a little edgy”, but said everyone took a deep breath and said it’s a tie game.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire