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5-5, 2nd in AFC North

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ray Lewis was named one of the 27 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Lewis, a two-time NFL defensive player of the year for the Baltimore Ravens, is in his first year of eligibility.

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Ravens suddenly in excellent position

With Buffalo's collapse and two wins in its last three games, Baltimore is now in firm control of a wild-card spot. By FPI's measure, the Ravens' biggest threat is the Chargers, whose playoff odds are 22.9 percent.

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Power Rankings: Ravens jump to No. 17

The defense has been great and the offense has been blah, making the Ravens a perfect middle-of-the-road candidate.

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Grading the quarterback play for the Ravens

It thus far has been a year that Joe Flacco would like to forget, though blame for his disappointing production could be spread to include his line and receivers.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens center Ryan Jensen reached out to injured Packers defensive lineman Kenny Clark through text. Jensen has been accused of injuring Clark on a "dirty" play.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said quarterback Ryan Mallett will be disciplined for his unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in Green Bay. The Ravens were flagged 15 yards for what Mallett said to the officials from the sideline.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

John Harbaugh isn't focused on the Ravens taking over the No. 6 seed with six games remaining. "Winning will take care of itself," Harbaugh said. "It's not like we don't know [what's happening around the league]. But you have to take care of yourself. What did Al Davis say? Just win baby."

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Vote: The best and worst of Week 11 in the NFL

There was the good, including Tom Brady, Antonio Brown and the Eagles, as well as some very poor performances with the Bills, Raiders, Cowboys and Chiefs all laying an egg before the Thanksgiving holiday,

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Even though they already held the No. 1 spot in FPI's rankings, the Eagles improved their FPI rating more than anyone else this week after blowing out the Cowboys. The ratings for the Chargers, Ravens, Vikings and Patriots also were upgraded by more than a point following their respective performances yesterday. Remember, FPI isn't describing what has happened but is rating team strength going forward.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens take control of the No. 6 and final playoff spot in the AFC after the Bills got routed by the Chargers. Baltimore (5-5) has the same record as Buffalo, but the Ravens' conference record (4-3) is better than the Bills (3-4).

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Hundley was a disaster under duress

When facing pressure on Sunday, Brett Hundley averaged minus-1.0 net yards per attempt with as many turnovers as completions. The Ravens didn't need to gamble much to put Hundley under duress, racking up five sacks and three picks on plays in which they rushed four or fewer.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Ravens earned a win today despite Joe Flacco recording a Total QBR of 21.1. Part of the reason why: Brett Hundley was even worse, earning a 19.4.

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Ravens' defense records third shut out of season (0:51)

Team Stats

Passing Yards165.232nd
Rushing Yards114.613th
Points For21.3Tied-17th
Points Against17.13rd