See you in 2 weeks.... GO RAVENS!!!!
That was really bad. The Ravens were out-coached and out-played on both sides of the ball.
The Ravens have been lucky a few times at home already this season and have been terrible on the road. That's not a good recipe moving forward. The coaching staff needs to find a scheme that allows the team to play more consistently if they expect to be playing all the way through January. I'm not saying that the team has the best personnel on the field ... there have been plenty of injuries and poor play to make the coaches' job difficult. But somehow they have to find a way to make do with what they have because, so far, the schemes are not working for the players out there.
This was the worst Ravens performance I've seen in a long time, but I'm optimistically hoping it was just a bad day. But even at my optimistic best, the piss poor pass protection worries me.
This was the worst beat down the Ravens have suffered since that game in Indy when Peyton Manning lit them up years ago. Still, it is just one game. The Texans got embarrassed last week against the Packers and looked like a totally different team today. Rest up and move on.
I know I am beating a dead horse with this, but McKinnie, KO, Birk, Yanda, and Oher are obviously the best 5 OL the Ravens have, and that is the OL that should be playing. Flacco isn't going to make it through the season getting hit like this.
I just can't get over this team can't handle early game adversity on the road.
You know it was a bad beat down, but things started going the Texans way and it just snowballed.......