The offense has scored just one touchdown in its last 10 quarters, including the overtime period in Sunday’s 16-13 win against the
"We are getting opportunities. We just have to find ways to execute them," he said Wednesday. "That's the reason that I called ourselves a [ticked] off 9-2 because if we score points, it helps our defense out. Earlier in the year, they were talking about how our defense was playing. Now they are playing lights out. If we piggyback off of each other and just continue to do what we do, we are going to be a force to be reckoned with moving forward."
The Ravens are still in the top half of the
But the offense tied a season low with 12 first downs and compiled just 200 yards in a 13-10 win against the
"I just find it a little bit fascinating," he said Thursday. "These other teams, some of them are just pretty good. There have been a couple of games this year where we really haven't scored a lot and we really played better in a lot of ways than we did when we were scoring. We're not where we want to be. We have a lot of areas to improve in, but we are in a lot of ways getting better. Like we always said, we want to start fast, but if we don't, we prefer to finish. I like the mindset of this team that they understand in this business, it's all about how you finish."
The offense has scored three or more touchdowns in five games thus far – including a season-high five in a 55-20 rout of the Oakland Raiders on Nov. 11. But quarterback Joe Flacco acknowledged that the room to grow is there.