How our reporters and editors saw the Ravens' 31-7 victory today:

Mike Preston: Is this game over yet?

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Jamison Hensley: Ravens are getting hot at the right time. But true test looms in Pittsburgh.

Ken Murray: Depleted at wide receiver, the Ravens found new playmakers in Todd Heap and Demetrius Williams to round out the Ray Rice, Derrick Mason offense. They also found a willing opponent in the Bears, who are anxious to get to the offseason. So much for the dregs of the NFC North the last two weeks.

Edward Lee: Ravens basically harrassed Jay Cutler into the loss. Next week's showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers looms large.

Kevin Van Valkenburg: Ignoring the fact that the Bears were awful and that Jay Cutler is the new Jeff George, it was great to see Joe Flacco have his best game of the year. He made great reads, his throws had some zip and he seemed in control out there. Maybe the Detroit game really boosted his confidence. Lardarius Webb's knee sprain is a real concern for next week, but how about a hand for Domonique Foxworth? Two interceptions is proof that he's improved a lot since a shaky start to the season.

Ron Fritz: After a dismal day Saturday for those in the Baltimore area, the Ravens gave their fans a reason to smile on Sunday.

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