5. I'm going to use this final point to hit on a number of things. Todd Heap was probably overrated at one point during his career, but remarkably, he's probably a little underrated right now. Cam Cameron can't stop praising the season he's having every time you talk to the Ravens offensive coordinator, but he always points out how much it has to do with Heap's blocking. This week, we saw that he can still line up out wide and be a threat. He ran a great post route and Flacco threw a great ball on his first touchdown. ... Speaking of Cameron, the fun mad scientist was back this week. Using Heap as a wide receiver, handing it to Ray Rice on an end around, using Troy Smith in the red zone as a quarterback. It was nice to see some creativity sprinkled back into the Ravens' attack. ... Domonique Foxworth made a really nice read early in the game, jumping a route and intercepting Cutler, helping his team take a 7-0 lead. Foxworth has taken a lot of heat this year, mostly because of the big contract he signed, but there is still a lot of good football to be played in his Ravens career. The team is really going to need him to play well with Webb likely out for the foreseeable future. Cutler is lucky Foxworth didn't have four picks, because he could have, and sheepishly said as much in the locker room after the game. ... Special teams are still a troublesome aspect for this team. Long snapper Matt Katula needs to work out some kinks because he has been sailing a few snaps on field goals lately. The punt return for a touchdown was bad tackling and bad contain on lane assignments running down the field. Baltimore just can't afford to keep giving up plays like that. ... As tough as it is to not have Ed Reed out there, Tom Zbikowski has played pretty darn well the past few weeks. He's physical, he doesn't get lost in coverage, and he's not afraid to deliver a blow. It has helped the Ravens run defense a lot.