The loss of Terrell Owens means the Ravens are still without a top-shelf talent at receiver.
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Adewale Ogunleye led the AFC with 15 sacks, but teams have not been knocking down the door for his services.
The AFC North has the dubious distinction of having the most unanswered questions under center.
49ers QBs have played extremely well at home, but on the road they are about as bad as you can get.
Both the Ravens and Bengals enter Sunday's showdown having played exceptional offense in recent weeks.
With the Ravens' D next up and guard Ron Stone ailing, 49ers QB Jeff Garcia shouldn't rush back from injury.
Recent games have shown that Jamal Lewis is starting to feel the effects of the Ravens' over-dependency on him.
The Ravens are 4-3, but it will be hard for them to continue their winning ways by remaining so one-dimensional.
Brian Billick's desire to do away with replay, at least in its current form, isn't an unpopular opinion lately.
Eagles RBs have carried the ball only 69 times in four games, and no one has emerged as a legitimate No. 1 back.
The Jaguars and Ravens drafted highly touted passers and now both could possibly receive the starting nod.
Todd Heap finished behind Jeremy Shockey in receiving yards in 2002, but in many ways had a better season.
Ravens coach Brian Billick caused a minor stir by suggesting rookie Kyle Boller could win the starting job.
Brian Billick still wants to air it out in Baltimore, and now he might finally have the weapons to do so.