Negative: Are we sure the Ravens wide receiver room is as good as advertised?
The receivers didn't help the Ravens just one bit on Sunday, and it's now three weeks of middling results by the pass-catching unit of Baltimore.
Outside of Flowers, who has 188 receiving yards on 21 receptions (25 targets) through Week 3, no other Ravens wide receiver has reached 100+ yards on 10+ receptions with Nelson Agholor the closest clocking in at 102 yards on nine receptions. Sheesh.
Odell Beckham missed Week 3 with an ankle injury that is casting heavy shadows already. He has 66 yards on five grabs.
Rashod Bateman was expected to be the Ravens WR1 this season, once and for all, but he's barely the WR3/WR4 and has racked up... a measly 59-yard tally through three games on seven receptions and nine targets.
The only player keeping the unit reasonably productive is Zay Flowers. The Ravens can be thankful for having stumbled upon the rookie wideout as late as they did in the late stages of the first round of the draft.
They should also thank TE Mark Andrews, who has 80 yards on nine receptions (including one touchdown) even though he missed Week 1 entirely.