This one may be a little harder.
Working with Joe Flacco on his problems during a bye week may be a tough assignment.
His main weakness is playing on the road in a stadium full of noise.
Simulating that noise can be done, but it is never the same in non-game situations.
Going over how to run an offense in those situations can be done, however, and Flacco should be reviewing tape all week and trying to improve his pocket game.
He's also extremely vulnerable when he drops back, as he's almost never aware of pressure coming from his back side.
Granted, some of that blame must surely be on the offensive line, who lost their block, but Joe still has to know when that pressure is coming and throw the ball away.
His accuracy is also that something that needs to be worked on during the bye week.
It seems as bad games go on, he gets more wild and wild, overthrowing wide-open receivers. Two things that can be worked on repeatedly before the Ravens head to Cleveland are his accuracy and composure.