Although they've only played two games, the Baltimore Ravens have shown their fans two teams that look very different.
The first team was a strange sight to see in Baltimore. One with a high-flying passing offense that put up over 40 points in their home opener. Add in an opportunistic defense that won the turnover battle and you had what looked to be an unstoppable juggernaut.
Then you have the team from this past Sunday. This one was a little more familiar as the offense started out hot and then faded in the second half while they were protecting a 10-point lead. There was also a tragically familiar sight of the defense breaking down and allowing a last minute touchdown.
So which of these teams is more accurate? It's possible that the Ravens aren't as good as they looked in their win against the Cincinnati Bengals. At the same time, they probably aren't as bad as they looked against the Philadelphia Eagles, a game where one or two less mistakes would have given them the victory.
Though it's true that through two games we don't know all that much about any team, we've still been able to garner some information. Here's a look at the Ravens storylines going into their Week 3 showdown against the New England Patriots.