Here's this week's GMC Playbook question from Marshall Faulk:
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It was an easy word to think of, honestly. It's a word the Ravens themselves use to describe themselves. It's a part of the franchise's DNA. When it comes to football, the Ravens have long been a team with a target on their back. They've been a team, at least under John Harbaugh's watch, that has overcome some bad losses. This organization and coaching staff has a resiliency about itself that won't let one bad game turn into a spiral that gets out of control.
Before Sunday's loss to the Colts, the Ravens were riding a three-game winning streak with everything trending in their favor. Then Sunday's setback happened. But it's not a game that will define this season. I fully expect the Ravens to be resilient after this loss and show up ready to play at a high level against Tampa Bay this Sunday.