It’s always hard to put the blame of a big loss solely one player for one play.  After all, there were many decisions that led to Billy Cundiff’s 32 yard shank or Lee Evans dropped game winner.

Like a coaching staff’s decision to go for it on 4th and 6 or not use the last remaining timeout before a potential game winning field goal.

Unfortunately for the Ravens, two players have the weight of their AFC Championship loss on their shoulders, Lee Evans and Billy Cundiff.

Evans reportedly sat and stared into his locker room  after coming off the field.  “The most disappointing part of all this is that I feel personally that I let everybody down,” Evans later told reporters.

“I get paid to make field goals I don’t get paid to miss field goals,” Cundiff told Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times. “It’s a kick I’ve kicked a thousand times in my career. I just went out there and didn’t convert,” he added according to Dan Kolko of  Cundiff entered Sunday’s matchup converting just 11 of 20 field goals on the road just a year removed from a Pro Bowl season.