You may have thought the Baltimore Ravens would use their bye week to address their most glaring issues. You thought wrong. They lost a critical divisional game to the Cleveland Browns and showed the same flaws they've exhibited all year.
The offense started slowly and didn't gain enough momentum until it was too late. On the contrary, Jason Campbell dissected Baltimore's secondary and made Davone Bess and Greg Little look like stars.
Special teams miscues meant the Browns won the battle of field position quite handily, and penalties were an issue throughout the game.
But the biggest weakness for the Ravens, as it has been all year, was the performance of the offensive line. Joe Flacco was running for his life on many plays, and Ray Rice was ineffective once again. Poor O-line play suffocated the offense, and Baltimore left the comeback too late.
What follows is an assessment of every player's performance, complete with grades that are based on their statistical output and fulfillment of their assigned duties.
The standout performers were Marlon Brown and Torrey Smith. On the other hand, Lardarius Webb, the offensive line and the running backs didn't pass their tests, and their grades reflect that.