The Baltimore Ravens may have forgotten to set the alarm clock for their Sunday game (Sept. 24) against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Playing at Wembley Stadium in London, the Jaguars beat The Ravens 44-7, possibly revealing a roster full of weaknesses for the loser of this game. Was it just a fluke? Or are the Ravens in serious trouble during the 2017 NFL season?

Ravens starting quarterback Joe Flacco completed just 8-of-18 passes for 28 yards, marking what was easily the worst start of his NFL career. Flacco also threw two costly interceptions, putting his defense in an insurmountable position for most of the game.

It all led to at least one touchdown in each of the four quarters for a Jaguars team missing its best receiver (Allen Robinson).

Are the Ravens really this bad?

The Baltimore Ravens started out the season 2-0 with a 20-0 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals and then a 24-10 win over the Cleveland Browns. Fans were quickly talking about how this team could look good in the NFL Playoffs, but Sunday’s performance raises a lot of questions about the current roster. Is it possible that the Bengals and Browns are just going to be in a race to the top of the 2018 NFL Draft and the Ravens proved nothing by beating them?

Fantasy football owners who started Joe Flacco and got up late on Sunday may have wanted to just head back to bed after they saw his stats for the day.

In typical league settings, Flacco emerged with negative points in Week 3. That’s about as bad as it can get for a starting quarterback, especially one who has had so much success in the NFL to this point of his career.

The Ravens’ schedule gets even tougher

On the Week 4 NFL schedule, the Baltimore Ravens have to host the Pittsburgh Steelers.

They follow that with a game on the road against the Oakland Raiders in Week 5. This may just be a make-or-break part of the NFL season for the Ravens, as these two opponents will show whether or not this team has what it takes to make the postseason. Beating up on the Steelers could sure help Ravens fans start to forget what happened in England.

While many NFL analysts and experts had been debating whether the Dallas Cowboys could win the NFC East or if the Seattle Seahawks could even beat the Tennessee Titans, the chatter on Monday (Sept. 25) may revolve around what happened to the Ravens against the Jaguars. This might go down as one of the most embarrassing losses the franchise has ever had and that goes back to when they were known as the Cleveland Browns. Are the Baltimore Ravens simply a terrible football team?