It's been a rough week for Cam Cameron and the Ravens' offense.
After Sunday night's loss to the Steelers, in which the Ravens put up just 10 points and managed only 96 yards of total offense after halftime, people all over the Baltimore area - including some in the Ravens' locker room - have wondered why an offense with so much talent has been unable to consistently put together solid performances.
Well, this week could be the perfect time for the Ravens to turn things around.
On Monday night, the Ravens will face a Texans team which has the league's 29th-ranked defense.
Houston has allowed an average of 389 total yards per game, 287 of which come through the air.
They give up 6.1 yards per play (second-worst in the NFL), and have only forced 14 turnovers on the season.
They've allowed eight opponents to score at least 30 points this season, and six of their last eight opponents have topped the 30-point mark. One of the two teams in that span who didn't get to 30, the Chargers, dropped 29 points on Houston.
I think you get my point - the Texans have had their struggles defensively.
With all that's happened over the last week, the members of the Ravens' offense will enter Monday night's matchup in Houston fired up and ready to prove that they've put their poor effort against Pittsburgh behind them.
Facing the Texans and their swiss cheese defense could be the perfect remedy for whatever is ailing the Ravens on the offensive side of the ball.