1.) We know who the Ravens are now, and at least they’ll play meaningful games in December.
The Ravens won a game by more than a touchdown for the first time since the 2014 season. But more importantly than that, we can finally say this team has an identity, flawed though it may be.
Even against the pitiful, winless Browns, the Ravens struggled to finish drives too often. Though the offense finally took off in the second half, the Ravens’ self-destructiveness might haunt them against the better opponents they’ll face, starting with the Dallas Cowboys on Nov. 20.
But they’re also built to compete with anyone because of a defense that thrives at...