Don't look now, but with the fourth quarter just underway, the Ravens lead the Panthers by just seven.
Yes, that's the 1-8 Panthers trailing the 6-3 Ravens by only seven points.
Panthers quarterback Brian St. Pierre, making his first career start, had thrown for 51 yards on the day through three quarters, but he unleashed an 88-yard touchdown bomb to wide receiver David Gettis early in the fourth, cutting the Baltimore lead to 20-13.
The Ravens have stalled offensively, getting just three total first downs on their last five drives, and without an 84-yard kickoff return from David Reed to open the second half that resulted in a chip shot field goal, they would have nothing to show for themselves on offense this half.
They have just 63 total yards of offense this half.
Since that opening drive TD from Joe Flacco to T.J. Houshmandzadeh, the Ravens have yet to reach the end zone on nine straight drives.
Could this be the Bills game all over again?
Could the Ravens blow their fourth fourth-quarter lead in their last five games?
We'll see if John Harbaugh's crew can toughen up and pull this one out.