Power Rankings: Ravens Drop Out of Top 10 in NFL.com – BaltimoreRavens.com

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The Ravens slipped in the power rankings this week but seven of the eight outlets we monitor kept them in the top 10.
The exception was NFL.com, which dropped the Ravens (9-5) four spots to No. 12. That put Baltimore behind teams such as the Detroit Lions and Jacksonville Jaguars, which seemed unimaginable a few weeks ago.
Then again, who would’ve expected the Ravens to score just two touchdowns over their past three games?
“The hope (prayer?) is that Lamar Jackson’s return to the lineup will signal the end of the offensive woes for the Ravens, who were kept out of the end zone in a sleepy 13-3 loss to the Browns,” NFL.com’s Dan Hanzus wrote. “Baltimore continued to run the ball with authority (piling up 198 yards), but the passing attack remained moribund, an issue that predated Jackson’s knee injury.”
The Ravens’ highest ranking this week was No. 8 (CBS Sports, The Ringer).
The Ravens are ranked as high as No. 7 after their win in Pittsburgh.
Much like the Ravens offense as of late, the team has been stuck in neutral in the power rankings.
The Ravens dropped in the power rankings following their loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Ravens are expected to surge in the coming weeks, but pundits are waiting to see.
The Ravens are expected to surge in the coming weeks, but pundits are waiting to see.
The Ravens are as high as No. 4 and as low as No. 8 in the Week 10 power rankings.
The Ravens are ranked as high as No. 4 in The Ringer entering Week 9.
The Ravens fell down the power rankings after their loss to the New York Giants.
One pundit, however, kept the Ravens out of their top 10.
The Ravens rank as high as No. 4 and as low as No. 5 entering Week 5.
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