The defending Super Bowl champions are coming off of the worst loss of the season even though it was by a mere six points. With the loss to the Browns now behind them, Baltimore has to play harder and those filling in have to step it up as the AFC North leading Cincinnati Bengals come to town.
Just last week, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs declared the Ravens in a “state of emergency.” It might be at “Code Red” now.
The Ravens didn’t want to enter the bye with a loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers. But it may end up being the best thing to happen to the Ravens this season.
It wasn’t too long ago that many wondered if Suggs would ever be the same player again after tearing his Achilles tendon last season. But now it’s clear that Suggs is back and better than ever.
The losing record is one thing. But the hard part for the Ravens right now is finding something to hang their hats on. Anything.
Winning a Super Bowl is a life changing experience. But with the events of New Orleans firmly in Baltimore’s rear view mirror, how will Baltimore respond in a season that has suddenly taken a turn for the worse?
Joe Flacco passed for 215 yards and a touchdown but couldn’t stop the defending Super Bowl champions from losing for the third time in their last four games.
There’s more to Terrell Suggs’ game than simply overpowering an offensive lineman and throwing the quarterback to the ground.
Since the opener, Baltimore’s defense has regrouped and seem to be heading in a positive direction. They are also growing in confidence.
The Baltimore Ravens finally have a road win, remain tied for first place in the AFC North and appear to have revived a running game that sputtered during the first quarter of the NFL season.
Joe Flacco walked slowly through the end zone toward his bench, seething as he stared at the scoreboard in disbelief while the other team celebrated a tying touchdown.
The Baltimore Ravens got their first road win of the season in South Beach. Check out some shots from the 26-23 win over the Dolphins.