Not a pretty sight.
It showed, as Flacco threw for just 51 yards in the first half and 186 on the day for a Ravens attack that generated a ridiculous 3.3 yards per play.
"It just is what it is," Flacco said after the game, per the team's official website. "It obviously isn't the best situation, but we have to make it work."
With equal problems up front, Flacco was left bouncing around a collapsing pocket, taking five sacks on the day and getting no help from the ground game.
"We weren't able to really take any deep shots over top of them for whatever reason -- whether it was personnel, or what they were giving us," Flacco said. "Obviously, down the stretch, we tried to throw the ball deep there a couple of times, but there just wasn't much happening on that end of it."
The Ravens have long fit the mold of a defensive-minded club that got just enough from the offense to reliably churn out playoff campaigns. This year's attack, though, looms as one of the worst league-wide.
As Flacco said himself, it is what it is.