To say that the Baltimore Ravens were a disappointment in their Week 7 loss against the Houston Texans would be an understatement. The 43-13 loss was the biggest defeat since John Harbaugh took over as head coach in 2008.
After getting out to a quick 3-0 lead and forcing a couple of Houston punts, the Ravens looked like they had a decent shot at pulling off the, somewhat rare, away victory. However, after a solid punt by Houston punter Donnie Jones which was downed inside the Ravens 5-yard line, a Houston safety shifted the momentum. The Texans went on to score on their following possession and immediately returned a pick for a touchdown off Joe Flacco. Down 16-3, the Ravens never recovered.
Even though the performance from the Ravens this week was depressing, there's no need to press the panic button. Here are four reasons why the Baltimore Ravens don't need to panic just yet.