Ravens: 3 ways the team can make a legitimate Super Bowl run

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1. The Ravens must play their best football against division rivals

The Ravens are atop their division at 5-2. Outside of the blowout Chargers and Broncos wins, all of the Ravens wins have come within single digits. Three of those wins are also the result of comeback wins.

As a result, some pundits are wondering if the Ravens are really a good team or simply a team that has gotten a few breaks.

Given the crazy number of injuries they suffered early in the season, the Ravens are a good team that overcame early obstacles. Good teams typically just find ways to win no matter the circumstances that they face.

The Ravens have a good chance to make a second-half surge especially with the team getting healthier coming off the bye. Ravens: In the past, under John Harbaugh, they are 80-40 record after their bye week.

With division games coming up, it’s essential the Ravens play their best football. The Pittsburgh Steelers games are always unpredictable and the Bengals have recently shown they have what it takes to beat the Ravens.

Although the Cleveland Browns are struggling right now, they are still one of the most talented teams in football.

If the Ravens take care of business in their division, they have a chance to earn a top seed in the conference and make a run toward the Lombardi Trophy.