Baltimore Ravens Playoff Chances, Breaking Down Final Six Games


Nov 9, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett (29) celebrates with wide receiver Torrey Smith (82) after scoring a touchdown in the third quarter against the Tennessee Titans at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to the Daily Caw, where we round up all the latest Ravens news and notes from around the web for your convenience. Today we look at the Ravens playoff chances, break down the remaining six games on the schedule, hear Chase Coffman’s claim that his cheap shot on a Raven’s assistant was unintentional, and how the team was disappointed to lose week 11 star Jonas Gray.

Baltimore Ravens Playoff Chances

The Ravens hold on second place in the AFC North lasted approximately 28 hours and ended when the Steelers rallied past the Titans on Monday Night Football.  But this is still a race between four teams that very much has yet to be decided, and may not be until very late in the season.  As of today, the Ravens are number nine in the six team AFC postseason field, but there is a lot of football yet to be played.

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Ravens Were Disappointed to Lose Jonas Gray

Monday night’s breakout performance by Patriot running back Jonas Gray brought back some memories for certain members of the Ravens organization.  John Harbaugh points out that Gray bonded with him during his time on the team’s practice squad over their Michigan ties, including sharing some chili dogs.

Chase Coffman Says Hit Was Unintentional

Coffman says he has spoken with Raven’s intern and assistant coach Tony Coaxum over the sideline hit that cost him a $30,000 fine and that the incident is behind both of them.  Coffman also says that the hit was unintentional and that he tried to find the coach post game to apologize.

Breaking Down Raven’s Last Six Games

There are a few tough games remaining on the Raven’s schedule, and a few that aren’t so tough.  They really need to pull off a win in at least one of those tough spots to stay in the playoff race, beginning with their trip to the Superdome this weekend.  Jamison Hensley isn’t so sure about their chances, however, only giving the Ravens a 35 percent chance of pulling off the road win.