Power Ranking

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Ravens Weekend

December 07, 2007

Where the Ravens fall in the latest power rankings:


No. 24: The Ravens can moan about the officiating, but they were their own worst enemy against the Patriots. Ed Reed's fumble cost them at least three points. Kyle Boller's interception was a momentum shifter. And not all of their 13 penalties were debatable.


No. 26: They played a heck of a game against the Patriots. Too bad the loss basically ended their season.


No. 25: In a season that has given Ravens fans little to cheer about, the Baltimore faithful was treated to a Grade-A effort from the home squad Monday night. Baltimore outplayed the 12-0 Patriots for much of the game, only to fall by three points in the final minute of regulation. Untimely penalties and a few miscues were enough to do the Ravens in.


No. 24: I'm looking at All-Pro candidates, and I find a bunch on the Ravens: left guard Jason Brown, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and free safety Ed Reed. ... There's still plenty of material here.

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No. 25: From 2002 through now, Brian Billick and the Ravens are 49-45 including playoffs.

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