But when you step back and look at the macro stuff, the Ravens have been pretty darn good this year. A record of 11-4 with one game remaining is a very good season, even with some emotional losses mixed in. It might not feel like it, at times, because expectations were so high going into 2010, but what this entire organization has done over the last three years is build one of the most stable franchises in the NFL. Stable franchises don't panic. They don't fire their coordinators after a difficult loss, or waver in their support of a young franchise quarterback. They make subtle adjustments during the season, and large evaluations in the off-season. The result? Even when it's not perfect, it's still pretty good.