Baltimore Ravens Playoff Odds: Dead or Alive?


Nov 30, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen (13) catches a pass in the fourth quarter against the Baltimore Ravens 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 debate the Baltimore Ravens playoff odds, look at the latest secondary adjustments, Joe Flacco’s interception free streak, and where the Ravens fall in the latest power rankings.

Ravens Playoff Odds: Dead or Alive?

Adam Lefkoe, Chris Simms, and Jonathan Vilma debate the ultra competitive AFC North and which teams they think are still alive in the playoff race.

Ravens Didn’t Blow Their Shot at Playoffs

While many have taken a pessimitic view of the Ravens current chances at a playoff spot, John Eisenberg disagrees.  We tend to lean towards an optimistic view, certainly more so than the 36% chance ESPN gives them.

Ravens Try Another Look in the Secondary

The Ravens slid Jeromy Miles in at safety in the place of Darian Stewart last week, a move that actually paid off.  We won’t blame you for not noticing, but Miles played a very good game.  Unfortunately, Matt Elam played far too many snaps and again was a liability.

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Joe Flacco on a Interception Free Streak

Flacco has thrown 117 passes without an interception, which is 21 shy of his career best.  He will need to keep taking care of the football if the Ravens hope to win out the next few weeks.

ESPN’s Power Rankings Update

The Ravens slipped to #13 this week, the 9th time out of 13 weeks they have landed in that very spot.

Ravens Season Not Dead Yet

The Ravens have one good thing going for them after this week – the schedule.  Miami is a tough spot, but after that the team faces the Jags, Texans, and Browns.  Compared to the remaining schedules of teams also competing for a playoff spot, the Ravens by far have the easiest path.