2. A week removed from his highly-scrutinized sideline shouting match with Joe Flacco, wide receiver Derrick Mason was targeted 13 times and led the Ravens with eight catches for 87 yards and a touchdown. Mason often drew single coverage during the first half, but trust me, Mason's expanded role in the game plan wasn't just borne from advantageous matchups. The Ravens' first offensive play was a quick throw to Mason, and Flacco tossed 11 passes his way before halftime. Maybe it's time for Anquan Boldin, who has just 13 catches for 134 yards in the Ravens' past four games, to throw a hissy fit of his own.