Resilience has been Baltimore's calling card in the John Harbaugh era. That trait was on display Sunday.
Joe Flacco -- coming off a five-interception game -- didn't throw a touchdown pass, but he played a steady game and led the Ravens to the go-ahead field goal with less than two minutes to play. Baltimore then made a big stand on defense after Ryan Tannehill's 46-yard strike to Brandon Gibson, pushing Miami backward before Caleb Sturgismissed a 57-yard field-goal attempt. Game over.
Here's what else we learned:
- Tannehill continues to take a beating. The Dolphins quarterback took six more sacks Sunday and has been brought down an NFL-high 24 times in five games. This is a recipe for disaster.
- The Dolphins were in business after Tannehill's long connection with Gibson set them up inside the Ravens' 35-yard line, down three points, with one minute to play. Things went south fast: Tannehill killed the clock with a spike on first down, took a bad sack for a 5-yard loss on second down, then saw a pass clang off tight end Charles Clay's hands on third down. Sturgis' long field-goal attempt never had a chance. Burn the tape.