Jeff Zrebiec, reporter: Say this for the Ravens: they don't have a shortage of players and coaches who are taking accountability for their struggles. Quarterback Joe Flacco, who threw two bad interceptions, put the latest head-scratching loss on him. Ravens coach John Harbaugh put it on himself and the coaching staff. That's all well and good. The reality is that the Ravens are a bad football team, and bad football teams find ways to lose games, which is what the Ravens are doing on a weekly basis. Dropped interceptions. Costly turnovers on offense. Poor clock management. Bad execution and fundamentals. The Ravens check all the boxes pretty much every week, which is why they're 1-5.