Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti expressed confidence in coach John Harbaugh, general manager Ozzie Newsome and quarterback Joe Flacco after his team was upset at home by the Chicago Bears to fall to 3-3. "I look at them, and then I look at us as a team, and I don't think they're doing anything wrong," Bisciotti said on the "Ravens Rap" show. "I think a lot of this comes down to ... I hate to tell you that all our planning comes down a lot to a bounce of the ball." Bisciotti was referencing the two interceptions on Sunday that bounced off the hands of Ravens receivers. He spoke about how one game can change perceptions. If Baltimore would've beaten the Bears, the Ravens would be 4-2 and
Chicago Bears coach John Fox knows exactly how tough it is for offensive linemen to block Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers. After all, Fox coached Peppers as a superstar rookie out of North Carolina. "We got criticized quite heavily by the talking heads for not taking a quarterback.