BALTIMORE (AP) — For all of their shortcomings this season, the Baltimore Ravens are right in the middle of the playoff hunt.
Even better, the defending Super Bowl champions created some separation between themselves and the hated Steelers by defeating Pittsburgh 22-20 on Thursday night.
The victory provided the Ravens (6-6) with their first winning streak since September and proved that they are indeed capable of winning a close one. Prior to this game, Baltimore had lost five games decided by six points or fewer.
“What have we lost, five games by the narrowest of margins?” coach John Harbaugh said. “Those are the games that we need to find a way to win. I feel like we’re getting there. I feel like we’re a really good football team.”
Although the Ravens haven’t been able to generate a running game this season, are 1-5 on the road and have struggled to…
View original post 747 more words