Baltimore Ravens Grades vs Cleveland Browns, Week Seventeen

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Dec 28, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh (center) celebrates after beating the Cleveland Browns 20-10 at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Coaching: C

The Ravens came out looking lethargic despite being in a must win situation.  In a game they could have dominated from the start, they simply looked flat and didn’t seem to care for a long stretch.  I expected a much more motivated effort than what we actually saw through three quarters of football.

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Defensively, they got the job done and Pees’ unit has been easily the most consistent through the year.  The pass rush was getting to Conner Shaw, and the secondary did a good job overall.

The Ravens have been getting called for far too many penalties lately, and this week was no exception.  They were whistled 8 times altogether for 55 yards this week, and it killed at least two drives.

All in all, the coaching staff has to find a way to get this team motivated to play four quarters of football next week.  Otherwise, this victory was basically all for naught.