In the Baltimore Ravens' last home game of the year, they didn't give their fans a happy memory of the 2013 season. The New England Patriots dominated the Ravens, handing Baltimore the worst home loss in franchise history.
There was plenty to take away from the game, but none of it was particularly positive. Baltimore was totally outplayed and outcoached, and there were problems in every phase of the game.
Penalties were a major issue, as were problems converting on third down, and the Ravens never mentally checked in to the game. Even Justin Tucker missed his lone field-goal attempt.
Here are the most important takeaways from the Ravens' most disappointing performance of the season, including how the 41-7 loss affects the playoff picture.