After seeing how the Ravens just decided not show up against the Colts this past week, is anyone a little concerned that the Ravens might actually find a way to lose this one? Worrisome: Haloti Ngata is questionable Samari Rolle is questionable (shoulder) Todd Heap is questionable and hasn't play in weeks Terrell Suggs is questionable (flu) Daniel Wilcox is questionable (toe/ankle) Willis McGahee is probable (foot) after suffering an injury against Indy Demetrius Williams is out Chris McAlister placed on IR Baltimore is favored, but the spread is -3 Baltimore is playing at Miami Kyle Boller is starting If there's one team that I could see being too ego-centric to show up to play or prepare to play, it's the Ravens going into this game. Factor in injuries and I'm seriously concerned about this game turning into Miami's first win. I'm sure they'll put up a fight as no one wants to be the team that gives Miami its first (only) win of the season, but I wonder if they'll go into it overconfident or just not even bother if they get down early, accepting it as a meaningless victory this far into the season and with no playoff hopes. So will pride and emotion win out and guarantee the win, is Miami so atrocious that Baltimore would have to literally not take the field to lose or is there potential for an upset? I'm really aching for the 14-0 vs 0-14 match-up and hearing Don Shula's "thoughts" on the matter as we watch what will undoubtedly be the most disproportionate loss in league history (unless Belichick takes his foot off the gas late in the... uh, second...), but I have serious concerns the Ravens might spoil that dream. What do you all think?