The #Ravens 8-4 record isn't half bad considering their schedule.

Trying to forget the heartbreaking loss to the Steelers, I decided to look back at the season now that we’re at the 3/4 pole.  Before the season starts I look at the entire schedule (as most fans do) and start penciling in wins and losses… I had them losing at Bengals, at Steelers, at Patriots and at Falcons, so I suppose I should be satisfied with the 8-4 record since it’s basically what I had expected.  The Bengals loss stings looking back at it and I had the Steelers wins and losses flip flopped home and road.

Another interesting thing to point out is the Ravens have played all of the “elite” teams in AFC and the team with the best record in the NFC on the road (Steelers obviously home and away) and finish 2-2 in those road games and held a lead in all of those games in the 4th quarter.  That at least shows promise in the Ravens in that if they get their act together they will be dangerous in the playoffs even if they make it as a wildcard and have to face these teams on the road.

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