Found October 05, 2012 on Football Nation:
With a quarter-season now in the books, the Ravens sit at 3-1, right where any team wants to be after the first four game stretch of the regular season.  Some argue that without the bad offensive pass interference call on Jacoby Jones against the Eagles, the team would be 4-0.  However, we should also note that the poorly officiated Patriots game, in which the Ravens escaped by a point, could have gone New England’s way.  And, even the Browns game would have become interesting if Cleveland wide receiver Greg Little didn’t do what Greg Little does, by dropping a beautiful would-be touchdown pass from Brandon Weeden in the 4th quarter. So 3-1 could be 4-0 sure… or 2-2… or 1-3 with a few more bad bounces.  Every NFL team is made up of the world’s best athletes and anything can happen when two pro teams strap on the pads and hit the trenches.  The Ravens typically excel over the course of a season because they are able to out-perform the majority of the league in as many of the controll...
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