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Ravens Are ‘Going To Find Ourselves As A Football Team’

Baltimore Ravens DE Calais Campbell said they’re ‘not hitting the panic button’ over their habit of giving away leads.

If not the panic button, someone in Baltimore should at least be hitting the concern button. Their habit of grabbing defeat from the jaws of victory is almost record-setting.

On Sunday against the Giants, the Ravens were up by 10 points in the fourth quarter and lost 24-20. It was the third time this season the Ravens have lost having held at least a 10 point lead. That’s already equal to the biggest number of such defeats in a season in franchise history. 


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Baltimore is the 39h team in NFL history to have a double digit lead in all of its first six games. It is the only team to have done so and still not have a winning record.

“We’ll regroup, we’ll go to work, and we’re going to find ourselves as a football team,” head coach John Harbaugh said. “That’s what we have to do right now: find ourselves as a football team. We have an opportunity to be a very good football team. We can be as good as we want to be and decide to be.”

“We’ve made some mistakes, let some ballgames slip away,” defensive end Calais Campbell said.

“But we can use it as fuel to get better, to keep fighting, to not relax and to find a way to improve. Or we can just let it eat at you and make more mistakes. I think it’s kind of just one of those places where it’s still early in the season. We’re not going to hit the panic button.”


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“We just can’t keep beating ourselves up because that’s what it is,” Lamar Jackson said. “It is not our opponent … I feel like we just beating ourselves with little mistakes here and there.”

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