The Ravens got the help they needed and took care of business themselves to secure a spot in the playoffs. Now it’s on to Pittsburgh for Round 3 with their biggest foe.
The NFC and AFC North titles will be fought for by iconic franchises, in sacred arenas; just 60 minutes of mayhem in old, cold NFL towns.
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.
Terry Ford is glad he was wrong about the Ravens in New Orleans.
The Chiefs rolled into Oakland to take on the winless Raiders and found themselves in the middle of a battle against a team that couldn’t win if you gave them a game.
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A lot of experts, folks who cover and talk about sports, have been moaning about the lack of great teams in the NFL.
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.