Ravens shift into bounce-back mode after humbling loss
BALTIMORE (AP) — It’s been a year since the Baltimore Ravens had to shift into bounce-back mode after absorbing a lopsided regular-season defeat at home. The Ravens thought they had something special brewing before a 34-20 loss to Kansas City on Monday night drastically altered that perspective. Fortunately, there’s plenty of time left to get back on course, just as there was last September when a 40-25 bashing by visiting Cleveland dropped Baltimore’s record to 2-2. In the wake of that defeat, the Ravens regrouped in spectacular fashion by rattling off 12 straight wins to finish with the best record in the NFL. So, Baltimore knows there’s no need to panic after an ugly early season loss.