With their dominant 49-13 win over the Cincinnati Bengals this week, the Baltimore Ravens moved to 7-2 on the year. This is just the second time in franchise history that the Ravens have got off to this good of a start. The last time they did so was in 2012 and we all know how that season ended.
It’s hard not to be excited after a win like this. The Ravens were almost unanimously picked to defeat the winless Bengals but to put up another performance like they did in week one, says to me that this team should be looking beyond just a division title in 2019.
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The Baltimore Ravens took a two-game lead in the AFC North on Sunday when they defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-17. Seattle helped out with a road win over the Browns. After six weeks, the Ravens are in prime position to repeat as AFC North champs.
You might not be able to tell while talking to the fan base though. It seems like a majority of Ravens fans are still in a state of doom & gloom despite a pair of division wins in the last two weeks. Even if I don’t share those same sentiments, their concerns about this team are not invalid. The truth is the Ravens have not looked like your typical division champions at many times so far this season. Yet they stand at 4-2 after six weeks.