Not much seemed to change between the game plan called by former Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron and the one crafted by his successor, Jim Caldwell for Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos.
The Denver Broncos embarrassed the Baltimore Ravens on their home field, beating them 34-17 and sending many of the 71,317 in attendance heading to the exits long before the end of the game. It was the most lopsided home loss of the John Harbaugh era.
The Baltimore Ravens offense was lustily booed after cornerback Chris Harris intercepted quarterback Joe Flacco's pass intended for wide receiver Anquan Boldin and returned it 98 yards to give Denver a 17-0 advantage
Every morning, Monday through Friday, blogger Matt Vensel will hook you up with reading material -- mostly on the Ravens but with some other Baltimore sports stuff, too -- to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday.
In his last day on the job before being fired Monday morning, Cam Cameron called one of his more effective games even though mounting behind-the-scenes discord led to his dismissal. With Vonta Leach plowing defenders and Ray Rice dancing upfield, the Ravens used its running game to pile up a season-high 186 yards.
Two minutes into overtime of a 31-28 loss to the Washington Redskins on Sunday at FedEx Field, the Ravens allowed a 64-yard punt return to Redskins cornerback Richard Crawford that directly led to a 34-yard game-winning field goal by kicker Kai Forbath.
Baltimore Ravens fans can¿t help but feel frustrated, angry and maybe even sick about what they saw on their TV screens Sunday during a 31-28 loss to Washington. But let¿s be fair, you can¿t blame most of that on lousy coverage by CBS Sports this week.
Maybe this is what happens when you¿ve won 16 straight games in your own house and then another team gums things up by having the nerve to knock you off, as the Pittsburgh Steelers did Sunday with their surprising 23-20 win over the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.
Following a key turnover by Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, Pittsburgh Steelers QB Charlie Batch hit tight end Heath Miller to tie the game with 7:24 to go. He then led a late drive that resulted in Shaun Suisham's 42-yard field goal as time expired to give the Steelers a 23-20 victory
The reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year didn't return, heading to the locker room for further examination during the final minutes of the Ravens' 23-20 loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium.
Every week, blogger Matt Vensel breaks down a critical play, sometimes with the help of Ravens players, from that week¿s game. Today, he looks at tight end Dennis Pitta¿s touchdown catch in the win over the Chargers.