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Friday Ravens links: Joe Flacco not worried about offensive line, achieving balance on offense

Read what others are writing about the Baltimore Ravens.

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C.J. Mosley continues to draw rave reviews and receive lofty expectations

The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson writes that C.J. Mosley's start to his career has earned a lot of praise from his teammates and coaches, as well as former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis.

Joe Flacco not fretting over offensive line

After a poor performance from the offensive line against Indianapolis, quarterback Joe Flacco said he isn't worried about this unit moving forward, writes The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec.

Ravens looking to get back on track in Tampa

Purple Reign Show's Brandon Spiegel writes that after a bad showing against Indianapolis, the Ravens will be looking to regroup against a Tampa Bay Buccaneers team on the road.

Ravens committed to the run

Though the Ravens didn't run the ball as much as they would have liked to against Indianapolis, the team is staying committed to the ground game, writes's Clifton Brown.

John Harbaugh challenges balance questions

Harbaugh and the Ravens took some heat over not having a perceived balance against the Colts. Harbaugh fired back to his critics, writes's Ryan Mink, saying that the Ravens need to do other things during the game in order to achieve that balance, which the Ravens have not gotten away from in his mind.