Ravens Look To Stay On Track For Playoffs

Going into this weeks game at Lambeau Field against the Packers, the Ravens are 6-5 and in good shape for a stretch run for the playoffs.  If the Ravens win this week they will be in good shape to finish 10-6 or better.  The Ravens and Steelers have the easiest opposing record remaining amongst the wildcard hopefuls, but both teams have important games remaining against the Packers and each other.  The Ravens play the Packers on the road this week and the Steelers play the Packers at home in two weeks.

The Broncos and Jaguars are currently ahead of the Ravens and Steelers for the wildcard, but the Jaguars have a difficult remaining schedule and the Broncos lost to both the Ravens and Steelers which won’t help them if tie breakers come into play.  My predictions are the Steelers will grab the #5 seed finishing 11-5, the Ravens #6 seed finishing 10-6, the Broncos will be #7 losing by head to head tiebreaker at 10-6, and the Jaguars will be #8 falling victim to their tough schedule finishing 9-7.

Predictions for the four contenders:

Broncos:

@CHIEFS W
@indianapolis L
RAIDERS W
@philadelphia L
CHIEFS W
10-6

Jaguars:

TEXANS W
dolphins W
COLTS L
@new england L
@cleveland W
9-7

Ravens:

@green bay W
detroit W
chicago W
@STEELERS L
@oakland W
10-6

Steelers:

oakland W
@BROWNS W
green bay W
RAVENS W
@miami W
11–5

 

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