This photo, snapped by Karl Merton Ferron of The Baltimore Sun during the third quarter of Sunday night's 34-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers, was a talker on Monday. It appears to be an animated outburst from Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs directed at coach John Harbaugh after a touchdown. Asked about the incident on Monday, Harbaugh basically said, "Huh? What are you talking about?"
The Ravens performance wasn't the only disappointing thing about Sunday night's nationally televised loss to the San Diego Chargers. National ratings were down considerably from last year's Week 15 for "NBC Sunday Football."
Because doing a full, 32-team list of power rankings is too much work for a Monday afternoon, I will rank the top 11 teams in the NFL after each exciting football Sunday (that's where the "first and 10" comes in). Here are my rankings heading into the huge Monday night game between Pittsburgh and San Francisco.
The Ravens lost on the road, 34-14, to the San Diego Chargers on Sunday night. And now that they are back in second place in the AFC North -- they will remain there unless the Pittsburgh Steelers lose another game -- the consensus among a sampling of national writers is that the Ravens will meet a similar fate in the playoffs.
Michael Oher could have his hands full against his former teammate Antwan Barnes when the Ravens and Chargers play Sunday. The right tackle will match up against the pass-rushing linebacker, who leads San Diego with seven sacks this season.
It's official: The only team that can keep the Baltimore Ravens from the AFC's No. 1 seed is Baltimore Ravens. The NFL has confirmed to ESPN that if the Ravens win their final three games, they are guaranteed home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
Finally back on the field, the Ravens' Lee Evans is looking to contribute to the passing game. The veteran wide receiver has just two receptions for 29 yards after missing seven straight games with an ankle injury.
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs recorded his third three-sack game of the season in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Indianapolis Colts. With 13 sacks in 13 games, Suggs has already passed his previous single-season high of 12, which was set back in 2003, his rookie year. Peter Boulware's franchise record is now just out of his grasp. Here's a quick look at the opposition as Suggs chases down the Ravens¿ single-season sack record.