Power rankings

Ravens Weekend

October 12, 2007

Where the Ravens fall in the latest power rankings:


No. 9: For the first time since their 2000 Super Bowl season, the Ravens won a game despite scoring only field goals. Injuries to the offensive line might force Baltimore to keep relying on Matt Stover for all its points.


No. 8: The defense came alive against the 49ers, but is that hard to do? They need to get more from that offense.


No. 8: Sunday's 9-7 win over San Francisco was vintage Baltimore Ravens football. Incredible defense, turnover-free offense and strong special teams combined for a hard-fought victory


No. 10: San Francisco quarterback Trent Dilfer apologized to Brian Billick for all the nasty things he said after the coach let him go following his leading the team to a Super Bowl triumph. Billick replaced him with Elvis Grbac, who retired after the season. And what I want to know is who, actually, should have apologized to whom?

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No. 13: Wide receiver Derrick Mason is on pace for an NFL record 141 catches.

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