Baltimore Sun staffers analyze the
Jeff Zrebiec, reporter: It's games like this that make you wonder whether it's pointless to constantly analyze all the Ravens' flaws and obsess over their road struggles. The Ravens' best quality is that they find ways to win, and nowhere was that more evident than today, a game they had no business winning. The
Aaron Wilson, reporter: The Ravens won a nail-biter in overtime as rookie kicker
Matt Vensel, blogger: Wow. Just wow. From Ray Rice's miraculous catch-and-run on fourth down. To the clutch play of the defense all game. To
Ed Lee, reporter: The Ravens pulled out a three-point win thanks to a Herculean effort by Ray Rice on fourth down-and-29 in the fourth quarter and a 38-yard field goal by rookie Justin Tucker in overtime. But the offense looked lethargic until the fourth quarter and continues to invite questions about its struggles on the road. Don't blame the defense for this one because that unit got six sacks, kept
Peter Schmuck, columnist: The Ravens waited awhile to adjust to Pacific Standard Time, but they were there at Winning Time. They didn't answer all the questions about their overall performance on the road this year, but they left no doubt about their toughness and resolve. Now, they can eliminate the Steelers from AFC North title consideration with a victory next week.
Ron Fritz, sports editor: This had all the makings for another dismal road loss for the Ravens, but then they woke up just in time. Ray Rice’s electrifying 30-yard catch and run for a first down showed just how resilient the Ravens are. From that point, it was all over. The Chargers were done, and that’s why