The Baltimore Ravens couldn't make plays when it mattered most against the Chicago Bears. As a result, they find themselves almost certainly out of the division race and competing for a wild-card spot.
There were, however, some positives from the game.
For example, Ray Rice was actually the Ray Rice we know and love. In addition, the secondary once again played a very good game (although the wheels came off a little toward the end of the game). Furthermore, the offensive line also played well (except for Eugene Monroe), an unusual sight this season.
Here are the biggest takeaways from Week 11's game against the Chicago Bears.