It ain’t over until it’s over, but it’s getting close.
Usually when the Ravens have struggled in the past or gone on a losing streak there is some strength to draw on, one thing that might bring hope of a possible turnaround.
There is nothing at this point.
There has always been a strong defense or some veterans such as Ray Lewis or Ed Reed who could provide motivation or even a weak schedule to produce some optimism. But everything keeps slipping away.
The past two weeks the Ravens were supposed to be playing teams on their level even though they had advantage at the quarterback position, but they lost to Chicago and rookie Mitch Trubisky last week and then to the...