The Ravens played without Jeremy Maclin on Sunday afternoon, which meant there were plenty of opportunities for younger receivers like Breshad Perriman, Chris Moore and Michael Campanaro against the Bears. The results weren’t pretty. The Ravens gained just 180 yards through the air and dropped passes kept that number from going up. One drop was particularly damaging to Baltimore’s cause as a ball caromed off of Moore and into Bears safety Adrian Amos‘ hands for a 90-yard interception return for a touchdown. Special teams touchdowns allowed the Ravens to push the game to overtime and they had a chance to win after forcing a Bears punt, but they couldn’t gain enough yards for a field goal try. After the game, coach John Harbaugh was asked if he was disappointed that the young wideouts didn’t step up.
John Harbaugh on receivers: You want to see guys step up and make plays
Pro Football Talk | Oct 16