Ravens Must Beat Saints to Stay Out of Last Place in AFC North


Nov 9, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh (C) walks off the field after defeating the Tennessee Titans 21-7 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 convenient consumption.  Today we take a look at the latest NFL power rankings, why tonight’s Ravens and Saints game is a must win, and discover that the team had a little accident on the way to their hotel Sunday.

NFL Power Rankings Update

Not a ton of upsets this week, even though a few teams were threatening to do so.  The Broncos, 49ers, and Seahawks all pulled out the W after all had a bit of a scare early on.

More from Ebony Bird

Ravens Team Bus in Accident

One of the Ravens’ six team buses was involved in a little fender bender on the way from the airport to the hotel on Sunday, but thankfully no one was hurt.

Ravens Must Beat Saints to Stay Out of Last Place

Both the Bengals and the Browns won on Sunday, which puts the Ravens in a very tough spot Monday night.  If they win, the Ravens will hold on to second place and stay a half game back from the Bengals.  If they lose, they drop all the way into last place, one and a half games out of first.  No pressure!

Ravens Rule out Michael Campanaro and Jah Reid

Camp isn’t ready to return from his hamstring injury just yet, while Jah Reid is recovering from a broken hand.  Other than that the team is pretty healthy coming out of the bye.

Ravens Aiming to be Latest Road Team to Win on MNF

7 our of the 12 Monday Night Football games this season have been won by the visiting team, and interesting statistic to say the least.  And the Saints have lost two straight at home.  So much for home field advantage.