The Ravens are a talented team, despite their flaws. They wouldn't have been able to win in Pittsburgh if they weren't one of the AFC's most talented teams. But they sure don't deal particularly well with high expectations. You can try to pin it on one area if it makes you feel better. (We'll get to Cam Cameron and the lack of a running game, David Reed's atrocious special teams performance, as well as the Swiss cheese 3rd-down defense in a second.) But it's really the entire team that lacks focus. Losing to Tennessee wasn't a big deal because the Titans have talent. Losing to Jacksonville was unpleasant, but every now and then you go on the road and lay an egg. And losing to Seattle, in theory, could be viewed as understandable because it's one of the hardest places to play in the NFL. There are always going to be week-to-week excuses and explanations. But when you view all three games together, you have to conclude there is a larger trend in play, and that the Ravens don't "execute" against bad teams because they're not good at blocking out external issues.