We acknowledge all those things and yet what we came away with was that the Ravens played with a sense of pride and command. So often this season, you wondered about those things. But last night, with the Ravens' defense almost intact for one of the few times this year (Trevor Pryce, of course, is out the year), Baltimore looked like the confusing, menacing group it was a season ago. And Boller, save for one pass, may have played the best game of his career against perhaps the toughest opponent. The question is this: Was last night a collective adrenaline high or something more lasting -- an evening when the defense rediscovered itself and the Ravens found its quarterback?