The Saints are, in my opinion, the most daunting opponent left on the Ravens schedule. They have Jimmy Graham; one of the most dominant offensive weapons in the NFL and they're pretty good at home. That being said, the Saints struggle on defense, Drew Brees has been off this season and the 49ers and Buccaneers have proven that the Saints aren't invincible at home.
The Chargers have Philip Rivers, who has taken a tumble in recent weeks after looking like an MVP candidate at the start of the season. Antonio Gates is a threatening weapon, but the Chargers have one of the worst rushing attacks in the league and a bad matchup against a Ravens team that can stop the run well, which should help the pass rush. Also the Chargers have struggled away from home, as their losses to the Broncos, Cardinals, and Dolphins prove, as well as a game against Oakland that was much closer than it should have been.
Ryan Tannehill is playing better than he did in 2013, but he still struggles to hit speedy receiver Mike Wallace. While the Dolphins have a quality defense, Joe Philbin has made his fair share of bone-headed coaching decisions and the loss of Branden Albert can make life hell for Ryan Tannehill facing the Ravens' pass rush.
The Jags are one of the worst teams in the NFL on both sides of the ball. Not much to see here.
Ryan Mallett has attempted four passes in his career. If the Ravens can take away Arian Foster, they should be able to pressure Mallett into making foolish mistakes all day. Offensively, the Ravens should be fine if they can stop J.J. Watt to allow Joe Flacco to exploit the 26th-ranked pass defense.
The Browns will have Josh Gordon back, but center Alex Mack is out for the season, which should give the Ravens interior rush all day to terrorize Brian Hoyer. The Ravens should be able to run the ball with ease against a poor Browns run defense.
The chances of going 6-0 are slim, but the Ravens could fare well down this final stretch of the regular season.