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NFL power rankings Week 7: Ravens roundup

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Here's this week's roundup of where the Ravens rank.

Joe Flacco and the Ravens are .500 after six games of offensive ineptitude.
Joe Flacco and the Ravens are .500 after six games of offensive ineptitude.
Patrick Smith

Pro Football Talk: No. 11

The NBC Sports affiliate quipped that the Ravens need to fire a coordinator again if they're going to make another postseason run.

SB Nation: No. 11

The dot com folks gave the Ravens a relatively favorable ranking, despite criticizing their receivers and wondering how long the defense can carry this team.

ESPN: No. 12

Hey, ESPN looked at the same gamebook I did and noticed how ridiculously bad it was for the Ravens to run the ball his past Sunday.

CBSSports.com: No. 13

Pat Kirwan believes the Ravens are a better team than the 3-3 record would indicate. However, when Joe Flacco's getting sacked five times against a Packers defense without Clay Matthews, you got problems.

FOXSports.com: No. 13

Former Ravens coach Brian Billick points out that Ray Rice was held to less than 40 rushing yards for the fourth time this season this past Sunday.

The Baltimore Sun: NR

The Sun's Matt Vensel only ranks his top 12 NFL teams and the Ravens didn't make the cut for the second time this season. The Bengals are the only AFC North team on the list.