The Ravens snatched victory out of the jaws of defeat 3 times on Sunday against the Vikings. With 6 lead changes in the final quarter of the game, it became increasingly clear that Baltimore possessed a team of fighters. And with a difficult gauntlet of opponents on the horizon for Baltimore, fighters is exactly what they’ll need.
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh doesn’t see anything wrong with a snowball fight.
The Ravens have scored first in four out of their last five games, and are now 39-8 at home and 11-1 against the NFC teams under John Harbaugh in Baltimore.
The Ravens, following a much needed win over division rival Pittsburgh, look to make the playoffs for the sixth consecutive year as they currently stand at 6-6, which is good enough to maintain the 6th spot in the AFC.
For all of their shortcomings this season, the Baltimore Ravens are right in the middle of the playoff hunt.
The Baltimore Ravens have spent much of the season in bounce-back mode.
This features two teams that cannot seem to capture any momentum.
The Ravens will face Rex Ryan and the New York jets on Sunday in what is a must-win for both teams as it will have huge implications on the playoff picture going forward.
The Ravens aren’t accustomed to being in situations like this. Currently two games below .500, Baltimore knows it doesn’t have many more opportunities to improve their position on the road to the postseason. If Baltimore wants to make it to the playoffs for a sixth straight season, they need to start by taking care of business against the New York Jets.
Ed Reed will wear jersey #22 for the New York Jets this Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.
I said last week that I won’t be fooled by the Ravens win over the Bengals. I warned others not to be fooled either.
The Chicago Bears had to wait out a long rain delay and put in extra time to come away with a much-needed win.