You’ve probably seen this by now but it’s worth reiterating. By virtue of the
Count me in the group that believes that the season-ending loss of cornerback
The Ravens got relatively good news on the health of another of their top defensive players: defensive tackle
Before playing the blame game with first-year Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees – and the whispers have already begun – it's probably wise to remind yourself of just how much the defense lost from the group that made things really tough on
With the struggles of Ma'ake Kemoeatu,
And finally, here are five positive observations on things that were overlooked from Sunday’s victory over the
1. The Ravens went 6-for-10 on third downs after entering the game converting on just 33.3 percent of third-down conversions through their first five games. As good as their offense has been, their struggles on third down were holding them back a little. Sunday was a really good first step.
2. Second-year players
3. Offensive tackles
4. The Ravens made four red zone trips and three of them resulted in touchdowns. With the struggles of the defense, the Ravens probably aren't going to have the luxury of regularly settling for three points.