It’s crunch time! It’s time to get it done the old fashioned way with blocking and tackling.
There have been several moments where I felt the Ravens were the best team in the AFC North and deserved consideration for being an elite team in the AFC. But inconsistencies, injuries, and overall mayhem have prevented that from being the reality.
After the day’s action was done, only two of the six improved to 8-5. Thanks to their 28-13 victory over the Dolphins in Miami, the Ravens were one of the two.
It’s hard to say that the Ravens, with 4 games to go and at 7-5 are tied for the second wild card, are in a must win, but I think they are.
It’s unofficial, but the Baltimore Ravens are champions of the NFC South.
This is exactly the way the NFL brass wants it, as we approach Thanksgiving there are very few turkeys in the NFL. Teams in the hunt mean butts in the seats and eye-balls on TV’s.
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There was nothing Baltimore could do but watch this week in the NFL season as they enjoyed their bye in Week 11. With a few key games in the AFC North, which team helped Baltimore move up in the standings?
The AFC North is Pro Football’s version of the SEC in College Football.
I don’t know what to make of the Ravens. They really don’t have any signature wins. They look like a decent team, but not exceptional.
Scott, Jeremy and Jason put their heads together on Tuesday to determine who will win the AFC North.
The Ravens knew the Bengals and Steelers would be tough. But no one expected the Browns to jump out of the gates like they have. Because of this, the AFC North is widely considered to be the league’s toughest