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John Harbaugh and the Ravens are sitting at 3-4 heading into the bye week.
John Harbaugh and the Ravens are sitting at 3-4 heading into the bye week.
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Mike Preston: Postgame grades

The Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston grades the Ravens-Steelers game, and could have handed out much worse marks than he did.

Another John Harbaugh gamble backfires

Harbaugh thought the Ravens could steal a possession with an onside kick in the fourth quarter. It backfired. But did it wind up costing them the game, writes the Baltimore Sun's Matt Vensel.

Ravens return to hurry-up offense

The Ravens went back to the hurry-up in a potential search for an identity, writes the Baltimore Sun's Matt Vensel.

Ravens in need of fixing what's wrong

The Ravens, entering the bye week, are 3-4 and in need of figuring out how to fix their issues on both sides of the ball, writes CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown.

Will the bye week make a difference?

At 3-4, are the glaring issues the Ravens face ones that can be fixed with a week to study themselves, poses CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown.

John Eisenberg: The Breakdown

BaltimoreRavens.com's John Eisenberg offers his five takeaways from Sunday's loss to the Steelers.

Both the offense and defense to blame

WNST's Drew Forrester writes that there's no picking and choosing — both the offense and defense should shoulder Sunday's loss to Pittsburgh.