Where the Ravens fall in the latest power rankings:
No. 7: QB Kyle Boller, making his first start since 2005, was solid in place of the injured Steve McNair. But for the second straight week, coach Brian Billick made a questionable play call.
No. 12: Kyle Boller played well for Steve McNair, and the defense played well again. Don't you get the idea the defense will carry this group again?
No. 8: Baltimore could very well be 2-0 had it not been for a controversial call on an apparent Todd Heap touchdown against the Bengals. Instead, they're 1-1, with the Arizona Cardinals visiting on Sunday. They're undoubtedly a top 10 team in the NFL.
No. 12: I've got the Jets game on tape and I haven't looked at it yet. If you've seen it, and Ray Lewis does one of those muscle-up routines when that late interception fell into his arms, please, for kindness sake, e-mail me about it and I'll be sure not to watch that part of the contest.
No. 10: The Ravens have been the most penalized team in the league so far this season (21 accepted penalties for 186 yards). Their two opponents have been whistled for seven penalties and 51 yards.