Wilson: Not exactly. There are a lot of veterans playing for pride and for job security.
Q: How much motivation is there for the Ravens not to be the first team to lose to the Dolphins?
Wilson: They're supremely motivated not to lose this game. As Corey Ivy told me the other day, it will be insanity if they lose.
Q: Is the defense anywhere near as good as it's been in the past?
Wilson: Not even close. They used to be dominant, and now they're a shadow of their former self. Their pass defense is a sieve.
Q: What kind of year has running back Willis McGahee had?
Wilson: Despite a few fumbling issues, McGahee has been an outstanding acquisition in the running game and the passing game. He has been under-utilized, though. They have barely scratched the surface of his potential. This should have been a 1,500-yard season.
Q: Is Kyle Boller playing for the chance to be the Ravens' QB of the future, or will they go shopping for one in the offseason?
Wilson: Boller has three games remaining to audition for the job. At the very least, he'll be the backup in 2008 as he was signed to a contract extension earlier this year. Despite internal rumors that Steve McNair might get another shot and might not be cut, there's growing noise about possibly pulling off a trade for Donovan McNabb. The Ravens also figure to be in the running for a quarterback in the first round this spring.