If the Ravens can get a consistent pass rush on second-year quarterback Sam Bradford, the advantage here would shift emphatically to them. Bradford has been sacked six times and hurried 25 times over the first two games. But the Ravens had zero sacks last week, and a banged up secondary was picked apart by Matt Hasselbeck for 358 yards. The Ravens' pass defense ranks 28th in the NFL. The Rams don't have as dangerous a receiving tandem as the Titans, but Mike Sims-Walker, Danario Alexander and Brandon Gibson are capable of making plays down the field. Bradford, the Offensive Rookie of the Year last season, has completed just 51.3 percent of his passes, but he's also one of four starting quarterbacks who has yet throw an interception. His most reliable target, Danny Amendola, remains out with an elbow injury.