The Ravens failed the test — and they failed miserably.
It was a repeat performance from earlier in the season. The players in the secondary couldn't cover. They couldn't tackle. They failed to communicate and looked lost at times. If the Ravens were thinking this group had improved during the past five weeks, they better think again.
In fact, it's time to stop thinking about this season and begin preparing for the future. When the NFL draft rolls around in the spring, the Ravens should think pass rusher or cornerback with the No. 1 pick.
All other needs are secondary.
Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson torched the Ravens Sunday, completing 23 of 32 passes...