Joe Flacco's out for the rest of the season, Matt Schaub's banged up and the Ravens are staring at the possibility of having Jimmy Clausen or Bryn Renner play quarterback for them sometime in the next four games.
Might be nice if Tyrod Taylor was still in town.
Taylor, the Ravens backup quarterback for four seasons, has the best fourth-quarter quarterback rating in the NFL. Taylor's 117 rating in the final period is better than trendy MVP candidate Cam Newton (115) and future-Hall-of-Famer Tom Brady (114.1), according to the Bills website.
Every Ravens game this season, by the way, has been decided late in the fourth quarter. None of the Ravens' first 12 games have been decided by more than eight points, an NFL record.
He has the fourth highest rating overall (104.3) and has thrown 17 touchdown passes and just four interceptions for coach Rex Ryan's Buffalo Bills this year. He's thrown three touchdown passes in four games, including the past two.
Tyrod Taylor. The quarterback who attempted 35 regular-season passes from 2011-2014 with the Ravens.