The question is: How far will they go? The Ravens' defensive front seven looks as impenetrable as the Maginot line, and even with Suggs, they'll have a tough time generating a pass rush. Jimmy Smith, who's playing for Webb, will become a quality cornerback but isn't there yet, and with four games against two Mannings and a Roethlisberger on the schedule, expect him to get burned early and often. The offense has shown it can shine when it runs through Rice and sets up the play-action game, but when things go well, like they did in the first quarter, Cameron forgets the running game and thinks he's coaching the '84 Dolphins; and when they fall behind, he gets scared and goes straight to the air. If he can call a whole game like this week's first quarter, the Ravens can go far. As it is, I think they're a good team-not a very good one-and come January, they'll be the Wild Card, looking up at Pittsburgh. Here's hoping I'm wrong.