Originally Posted by TonyR
Yup. Last several weeks have been a colossal clustereff. Lose Doom, have two execs get busted for major DUI, lose starting center, lose backup plan center, injuries to expected starting CBs (DRC and Champ), barely address the gaping hole at MLB, lose the guy barely addressed the gaping hole with (Bradley), get blown out in a preseason game, an OL coming back from the MASH unit, and now lose the team's defensive difference maker. And all this ignores the other question marks (such as RB situation) and other injuries (such as Welker) they've had to deal with. Not the way things usual go for Super Bowl teams, although the Ravens had their fair share of adversity last year and got it figured out in time to go on a run. Time to find out what this team is made of. Right now, if you're paying attention, it's hard to be optimistic.
true, but having to fight through some adversity should make the team tougher. having miller out may in a strange way be a good thing in the long run. the coaches tin order to not fall behind has to earn their paycheck.baltimore had to fight through serious injuries and played their best football all year in the final games and playoffs.