Judging by the social media website twitter, the Ravens players themselves understand how bad of a loss Sunday's game game against Buffalo was.
The Ravens lost 23-20, a score not necessarily indicative of how Buffalo outplayed them.
A lot of Ravens players went to twitter to apologize to the fan base, which was clearly stunned after witnessing what unfolded in Buffalo. Here's a rundown of what they had to say:
Terrell Suggs believes the Ravens are still one of the top teams in the NFL.
They gon talk about it. Just let em know we already got it. Just tell em that we gon work at it, WE GOOD!!!!!!— T.S STARK (@untouchablejay4) September 29, 2013
Torrey Smith is also a believer that the Ravens can get back on track after a one-game setback.
Back to Baltimore....Did I mention I love this team?? Win Lose or Draw....back to work— Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR) September 29, 2013
Bernard Pierce said he was sorry for Baltimore's effort Sunday.
Wanna apologize to #RavensNation for the poor performance today— Bernard Pierce (@BPierce_30) September 29, 2013
Kicker Justin Tucker said it's all about getting better with each practice. Maybe the Ravens can learn something from this loss.
Tough game in Buffalo today, can't wait to get back to work this wk tho and get a lil better each day! #RavensNation— Justin Tucker (@jtuck9) September 29, 2013
Jameel McClain thinks this can be a learning experience for the Ravens.
This game is about learning from your loses the same as the wins. Class is always in session. #RavensNation— Jameel McClain (@JameelMcClain) September 29, 2013
Vonta Leach isn't pointing fingers. He admitted the Bills simply outplayed the Ravens.
We got out played today one person did not lose us the game. We win as a team and lose as one. We got to get back on the winning side.— VontaLeach44 (@vleach44) September 29, 2013