The road hasn't been been kind to the no-huddle offense, and the doubt will persist until the Ravens, who average just 15 points per game away from home, prove they can handle it.
"What's to be sick about?" coach John Harbaugh said when asked if he was fed up with the questions about it. "We've got to play better on the road. We know that. We're going to hear about it until we do better.
"So it doesn't matter if we're sick of it or not. We just have to do better."
Baltimore is 1-2 on the road this season and has been dreadful since the second half of a Week 2 road loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
In that game, the Ravens scored just six points in the final two quarters, failed to score a touchdown in a 9-6 win at the Kansas City Chiefs and scored one touchdown, long after victory was out of reach, in a 43-13 loss to the Houston Texans two weeks ago.
Ever since the first play from scrimmage in the season opener vs. the Cincinnati Bengals when Joe Flacco hit receiver Torrey Smith for a season-long 52-yard pass, the offense hasn't been as good outside of Baltimore.
Of the Ravens' 34 gains of 20 yards or more this season, only six have come on the road by the pass.
Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has had a full week during the bye to diagnosis Baltimore's breakdowns.
"We know what this offense can be. We know what we want it to look like. We know what it feels like when it’s being executed, because we see it in M and T (Bank) Stadium. Now, the bottom line is you have to take it and carry it out on the road," Cameron said. " "We know it’s not weather, because we’ve had great weather on the road."
But when Flacco has to audible, Cameron doesn't see the same team when the opposing crowd ramps up the noise.
"Some things surface there, because I think it’s common knowledge all the leeway that Joe has at the line of scrimmage now. Everybody knows the options that he has," Cameron said. "The one thing that we’re not as good at on the road as we are at home is being on the same page. It might be any combination -- it could be in the passing game, it could be in protection, it could be in the run game.
"So, we’re looking at everything from a communication standpoint, how we can make sure, on the road, that we’re on the same page. Does that mean we aren’t going to audible? Not at all. That’s a huge part of what we do."