16 Sep 2004
It's only week two but the Ravens ship that was sailing toward the AFC North title in the preseason is taking on a lot of water. Well don't fret because even though Baltimore is down to four receivers (outside of Kevin Johnson, none have more than eight NFL starts), Deion Sanders may also get some snaps at the wideout position. And in case you're wondering, Kordell Stewart is working there as well. It's bad enough that the number two receiver going into the Steelers game is also the backup long snapper (Randy Hymes), but does anyone think that Sanders and possibly Stewart can help? So are the Ravens in trouble, or is it still too early to jump ship?
Possibly the closest Super Bowl matchup in history also poses the question: how much does it mean when certain aspects of an NFL team improve dramatically in the second half of the season?