- Alex Lewis' hands are instrumental in his line of work. As a rookie who has shifted between starting at left guard and left tackle for the Ravens, Lewis uses his hands to stop defensive linemen and linebackers to open lanes for running back Terrance West or set up a pocket for quarterback Joe Flacco. Those same hands have been used for a different purpose: turning cords of wood into bed frames, bottle opener catches and cutting boards.
Ravens' troubles on offense are many, and the potential remedies are varied. As far as quarterback
Joe Flaccothrew well early in the game and was in sync with receiverThe good news for the Ravens is they now have two weeks to get healthy and try to fix their myriad issues that have led to the first four-game losing streak inA unit that started just one player in his usual position suffered through an uneven performance in Sunday's 27-23 loss to the GiantsThe Baltimore Ravens will be without five or six key players when they face the New York Giants Sunday at MetLife Stadium.John Harbaugh's future career as head coach of the Ravens could be determined by the success or failure of Marty Mornhinweg as the team's new offensive coordinator.Quarterbacks: Joe Flacco took a beating, especially in the first half, when the Ravens had no running game. Flacco still threw for nearly 300 yards, but heThe Ravens have had problems mounting a strong running game in their first two games and coach John Harbaugh knows that can’t continue.Ravens to open season with rookies Ronnie Stanley, Alex Lewis protecting quarterback Joe Flacco's blind sideAfter Matthew Judon got a sack in a second straight preseason game, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he'd like to see him against the one's in the next game.Most of the attention surrounding the Ravens’ offensive line through the first three weeks of training camp has centered on rookie left tackle Ronnie Stanley.