The Film Don't Lie: Ravens

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When it comes to passing situations, the Ravens know where Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan will be attacking this Sunday -- their No. 3 cornerback.

Dominique Franks looked like a cornerback playing his first game of the season on Sunday at Tampa Bay. Replacing the injured Asa Jackson, Franks gave up 93 yards receiving on five catches (average of 15.5 yards). Buccaneers quarterback Mike Glennon's passer rating was 118.8 when throwing at Franks.

Franks' biggest problems came on defending the deep pass. He gave up completions of 25 and 33 yards. Franks also struggled matching up with the size of Buccaneers 6-foot-5 receiver Vincent Jackson. Expect the Falcons to go to 6-3 receiver Julio Jones whenever Franks (6 feet) is lined up across from him.

Franks is only on the team because the Ravens placed Asa Jackson on short-term injured reserve after he severely sprained his toe. That means Jackson won't be back until December.

The Ravens have few other options because Chykie Brown has struggled mightily this season. The only way they can try to hide this soft spot is by getting to Ryan.

The Ravens' pass-rushers are coming off their best game of the season. They hit Glennon 15 times and sacked him five times.