Weddle doubled down on his thoughts, noting on Twitter that especially on the road, laying an egg to start is almost impossible to overcome.
Some of the Ravens' struggles were due to the loss of three-time Pro Bowl linebacker C.J. Mosley to an early knee injury. Other problems came on great plays by the Bengals offense. Weddle acknowledged that on the first touchdown to Green the Bengals caught Baltimore in zero coverage, with no help for corner Tavon Young. No corner would stand up long to Green in those situations.
Baltimore's defense clamped down in the second half, giving up just two field goals on six possessions. But the damage had been done, and the offense couldn't finish a comeback.
"It's a 16-game season, you're not going to play great week in and week out, but you've got to find ways to win," Weddle said. "We didn't do that tonight."