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Ravens look to break tie with NFC North opponents

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The Ravens as a franchise have been quite successful against the NFC, since the team’s inception in 1996. As a franchise, Baltimore holds a 44-35-1 record against NFC opponents.

Despite their strong display against NFC opponents as a whole, Baltimore hasn’t been as successful specifically against NFC North teams. The Ravens are 9-9 against the NFC North in their history.

In their upcoming matchup on Sunday against the Chicago Bears, the Ravens look to even up the series. Baltimore is currently 2-3 all-time against the Bears in the regular season. The Ravens lost their last matchup against Chicago in 2013, losing 23-20 in overtime.

Next week, the Ravens will take on their fellow purple squad, the Minnesota Vikings. Baltimore leads the regular season series 3-1. The Ravens won their last matchup in 2013, 29-23, in a shootout that was known as the “Snow Bowl”.

On November 19, the Ravens will take on the Green Bay Packers, a team that they carry a 1-4 record against. The Packers won the last matchup 19-17 in Baltimore.

The Ravens have been quite successful against the Detroit Lions, leading the series 3-1. In their last matchup, a Monday Night Football affair, the Ravens won 18-16. A 61-yard field goal from Justin Tucker, which still stands as the longest of his career, gave the Ravens the victory in that game. The team will take on Detroit in Baltimore on December 3.