Ravens bye week checklist: What needs to be fixed?

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Oct 26, 2015; Glendale, AZ, USA; Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd (15) breaks a tackle by Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb (21) during the second half at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

The Baltimore Ravens enter their bye week with a mere two wins compared to six losses, a number that still seems pretty surprising even today.  It has been the worst start in the team’s 20 year history, a black eye on an otherwise fairly stellar existence.

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But it’s not like this is a situation that cannot be fixed with the current personnel and coaching staff. Even with the loss of their best player to a season ending injury, the Ravens still arguably have one of the more talented rosters in the NFL.

They have also been competitive in every single game they have lost so far.  It’s a sure sign of a team that just needs to get a few things corrected if they want to have a big second half turnaround.  Obviously the playoffs are still very unlikely, but the Ravens can go out with a bang and play the spoiler if they want to.

We took a look at some of the biggest issues that face this 2015 Ravens squad and came up with a proposal as to how they can be corrected, or at the very least, patched over.  We’re only roughly halfway through the season, so there’s time to right the ship.  It all starts with the basics.

Next: Get back to basics