Baltimore Sun staff members analyze the
Matt Vensel, reporter/blogger: The Ravens lost their second straight game for the first time since 2009 for myriad reasons, but mainly because they couldn't stop a pair of rookie quarterbacks with the game on the line.
Edward Lee, reporter: This loss can't be pinned on Ravens offensive coordinator
Peter Schmuck, columnist: This one is going to sting for awhile. The Ravens were up eight points with less than a minute left in regulation and they had put Robert Griffin III on the sideline ... and what happens? Well, you know what happened. Now, it's just a matter of figuring out why this supposed
Kevin Cowherd, columnist: Lack of consistency on offense killed the Ravens. They lose a 31-28 heartbreaker in OT after both the passing and running game got shut down in the second half.
Ron Fritz, sports editor: Wow, what a game. When RG3 was injured, who would have thought another rookie would lead the Redskins to victory? The Ravens are again burned by Joe Flacco's turnovers, but overall the team played a solid game. It's just that solid isn't good enough in the NFL.
Aaron Wilson, reporter: The Ravens squandered a lead and a potential win for the second consecutive week despite quarterback Joe Flacco outdueling dynamic rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III, exploiting mouthy Redskins cornerback
Flacco was sharp overall with three touchdown passes, albeit still in need of better pocket awareness and some upgraded pass protection from left offensive tackle
Ultimately, the Ravens didn't get the job done and earned this loss.