BALTIMORE (WJZ) — According to ESPN Analytics, the Baltimore Ravens who are currently 3-3, have a 19 percent chance of reaching the playoffs this season.

However, as far as the AFC North division goes, the Ravens are just one game behind the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Of the next 10 games in the Ravens’ schedule, they are only favored to win three home games against the Cleveland Browns, the Cincinnati Bengals and the Miami Dolphins.

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Although the injuries are the major concern for the team, penalties have plagued most of their games too. Averaging 8.6 penalties per game, the Ravens lead the NFL in penalties with 52, and are on pace to tie the franchise record for flags in a season (their most since the 2005 season, when Baltimore went 6-10).

As of now, the Ravens have a better chance (38.9 percent to be exact) of landing a top-10 pick for the second consecutive season.

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