Bo Rader, Baltimore Sun
October 7, 2012
The run defense falling apart against the Kansas City Chiefs as they were totally exposed on the zone-stretch play by star running back Jamaal Charles for 140 rushing yards, 125 in the first half. A halftime adjustment by Dean Pees salvaged the game, but the game tape has provided a blueprint for other teams for how to attack the Ravens' beleaguered defense.
Honorable mention: Philadelphia Eagles tight end Brent Celek hurdling over Ed Reed for extra yards after a sideline catch, easily clearing the crouched former NFL Defensive Player of the Year. Celek dominated the Ravens' safeties and linebackers all game.