The Ravens’ biggest weakness is also their top strength.
They have no superstars, so they don’t have to deal with the problems that come with them. No one complains about the lack of publicity or endorsements. There is no finger-pointing or talk about future contracts.
They just work.
The Ravens don’t get too high with the highs or too low with the lows. The team’s 44-20 win against the Detroit Lions on Sunday was the perfect example.
It was the Ravens’ best overall performance of the season. They beat one of the NFL’s top quarterbacks in Matthew Stafford, and the offense finally had some vertical plays as quarterback Joe Flacco emerged from a season-long...