Derrick Mason was the vocal one last night, expressing his displeasure with the way the Ravens' offense has been operating this season.
Despite having plenty of talent on the offensive side of the ball and weapons galore, the Ravens aren't consistent, Mason said. They lack the ability, at least to this point, to carry a solid drive or an impressive quarter over to a full 60 minute game, which is wearing on Mason.
The 14-year veteran might have been the one to speak up, but he's not alone in his frustration with the sometimes ineptitude of the Baltimore offense.
There are others in the Ravens' locker room who are growing tired of the lack of points put up on a weekly basis, as well as what they believe to be the conservative playcalling of offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, who seems to go into somewhat of a shell when Baltimore jumps out to a lead.
There's a growing feeling from some players that the Ravens should keep their foot on the pedal and keep trying to be aggressive in the second half of games instead of easing up.
After putting up 173 total yards in the first half last night, the Ravens had just 96 yards in the final two quarters.
On their lone scoring drive in the second half, they had a first and goal from the Steelers six-yard line, but failed to reach paydirt.
Quarterback Joe Flacco threw fade routes on first and second down (play-calls which I still don't understand), and on third down, Flacco was forced to dump the ball off to running back Ray Rice.
The Ravens never got inside the Steelers' 30-yard line the rest of the game, going three-and-out on their next two possessions, and they came up short on the final drive of the game just outside field goal range.
That left more than a few players shaking their heads after the game, wondering why the offense continues to struggle with so much talent in the huddle.
Mason was the one that said as much to reporters last night, but he's not the only one who left M&T Bank Stadium frustrated with the direction that the Ravens' offense is heading.