Ravens Could Go From Worst to First Sunday, AFC North Favorites?


Nov 9, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Taylor Lewan (77) is shoved by Baltimore Ravens linebacker Courtney Upshaw (91) in the fourth quarter at M&T Bank Stadium. The Ravens won 21-7. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to the Daily Caw, where we round up all the latest Ravens news and notes in one place for your convenience.  Today we wonder if the Ravens might go from worst to first this weekend without even stepping on the field, Brandon Williams is on a mission, Kyle Juszczyk is turning out to be a solid blocker, and Justin Forsett is proving that age is nothing but a number.

Are the Ravens Still AFC North Favorites?

At least Peter King thinks so.

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Ravens Evaluating Offense This Week

Hint: run the ball more.  Just saying.

Brandon Williams is on a Mission

The big man is having a heck of a season, and this fact has somewhat gotten lost in the shuffle.  Now here’s an inside peek into his bye week excursion.

Kyle Juszczyk Impressing as Lead Blocker

Juice was hyped up as a weapon in the passing game for basically the entire offseason, but he has also proven to be a more than adequate lead blocker.  And all this from a guy who was once told that he was too small to be an NFL fullback.

Justin Forsett is an Ageless Wonder

In all fairness, the guy is only 29 years old and doesn’t have many carries in his career.  But in running back years, he’s ancient.

Could the Ravens Go From Worst to First on Bye Week? 

Yes, we’re saying there’s a chance.  Not a great one, but a chance.  We wouldn’t be surprised if the Bengals lost to the Saints, or even if the Browns fell to the Texans.  But the Steelers must also lose to the Titans.  Then again, Pittsburgh couldn’t beat the lowly Jets last week, so anything is possible.