Re: Would it surprise anybody to see Ravens as AFC Champion?
posted at 12/17/2013 12:38 AM EST
In response to DeadAhead's comment:
In response to prolate0spheroid's comment:
Like the Pats, the Ravens went through a lot of change in the offseason (and also got hit with some key injuries) and have been improving as the year goes on. I think they will be dangerous in the playoffs. Can they win it all? Maybe a long shot for them, but I wouldn't count them out. Broncos are showing weaknesses, Pats are decimated with injuries, and KC, the Bengals, and Colts aren't dominant teams. So yeah, the Ravens could be in the mix. Nothing is very predictable this year, however, because injuries have really changed the make-up of teams as the year has progressed and a team that looked good or bad one week could be a very different team the next week. Just look at how the Pats offense has morphed from one week to the next based on all the player changes. Can anyone really say how good the Pats' offense is now? We need to see how they adjust to the loss of Gronk before we can assess them.
They have not been improving at all. They barely beat Pitt at home and should have lost to awful Minny on Sunday at home.
It's the same flawed .500 or sub .500 you've seen all year. Their O Line is awful and the cap hell has taken over. When Cassel shreds you in a blizzard without Peterson, you know you have some issues.
Barely, should have etc.. means nothing. Zero.
Would you be suprised to see the Pats as AFC Champions?
Because they lost to the Jets, the Dolphins, SHOULD HAVE lost to the Browns at home, BARELY beat the Texans.