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ESPN, NFL & SB Nation Power Rankings drop the Ravens

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Just like you, I'm exhausted with bringing up the Ravens record and how they've been collapsing from a multitude of reasons. The Ravens have taken losses on their record and finally fall below .500 on all power rankings. The Ravens play the past three weeks looks not of a playoff team, but rather a contender for the top five 2017 draft pick.

Ranking

NFL.com

ESPN

SBNation

1

Vikings

Patriots

Vikings

2

Patriots

Vikings

Patriots

3

Cowboys

Seahawks

Falcons

4

Seahawks

Cowboys

Cowboys

5

Falcons

Broncos

Broncos

6

Broncos

Falcons

Steelers

7

Bills

Steelers

Chiefs

8

Cardinals

Bills

Washington

9

Packers

Washington

Bills

10

Steelers

Packers

Eagles

11

Chiefs

Chiefs

Cardinals

12

Washington

Giants

Packers

13

Eagles

Cardinals

Raiders

14

Raiders

Raiders

Bengals

15

Texans

Eagles

Giants

16

Lions

Bengals

Texans

17

Rams

Texans

Texans

18

Giants

Ravens

Ravens

19

Ravens

Chargers

Lions

20

Bengals

Saints

Titans

21

Buccaneers

Lions

Chargers

22

Titans

Titans

Saints

23

Saints

Panthers

Rams

24

Chargers

Colts

Dolphins

25

Jaguars

Jets

Jaguars

26

Dolphins

Rams

Panthers

27

Colts

Dolphins

Buccaneers

28

Jets

Buccaneers

Jets

29

Panthers

Jaguars

Colts

30

49ers

Bears

Bears

31

Bears

49ers

49ers

32

Browns

Browns

Browns

Excerpts from NFL.com and ESPN regarding the Ravens.

"Not sure if the Ravens will be part of a blowout ever again. Baltimore has now dropped three straight after opening the season 3-0. The ravens are the first team in NFL history to have their first six games in consecutive seasons be decided by six points or less." -- NFL.com

25.9: Remember when Joe Flacco's deep ball ability carried the Ravens to a Super Bowl victory in 2012? Yeah, that's not happening right now. Flacco has completed only 25.9 percent of his passes thrown 20 or more yards downfield this season, ranking fourth-worst in the NFL.