The Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston writes that the Ravens' offense has had to adapt to a different style each week, to best put themselves in position to score points.
The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson writes that Monroe has helped an offensive line that struggled badly to open the season.
Surprisingly, no team has given up the more passing plays of 40 yards or more than the Ravens, notes the Baltimore Sun's Matt Vensel.
While reliving one of the worst games in Ravens' history (the last time they were in Detroit), Russell Street Report's Tony Lombardi brings up someone who could be more daunting to the Ravens than their top two playmakers.
Calvin Johnson figures to move around the Lions' formations, meaning it will be more than just Jimmy Smith covering him, writes CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown.
The Ravens not only have Calvin Johnson to worry about, but a passing attack that loves taking deep shots down the field, writes the Carroll County Times' Matt Zenitz.