The Ravens have done nothing offensively through the first 30 minutes.
Joe Flacco is a horrendous 5-of-17 for 23 yards and an interception, only one Ravens wide receiver has caught a pass, and the purple and black haven't had the ball long enough to capitalize on Ray Rice's strong start (Rice is averaging nearly five yards per carry).
Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron is probably racking his brain right now trying to come up with a way to jumpstart his group.
There's one strategy that Cameron has employed in the past to get his offense going which I think it might be wise to turn to today - going no-huddle.
For whatever reason, Flacco often seems more comfortable when the Ravens work without the huddle, and speeding up the pace of things could get the Bengals out of their defensive rhythm.
Cameron might not go that route, but he needs to do something. His group looks lost right now, which is not what we expected after the acquisitions of Anquan Boldin, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta.