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FanPulse: Ravens fans in disarray; Steelers fans regaining hope

Abandon all hope, ye who enter here?

After the loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 3, fans continued their confidence. They trusted Lamar Jackson and the defense, though they gave up over 500 yards of offense. Fans knew going into dangerous territory against the best or second-best team in the league was a tall task. Unfortunately, the confidence was no match for witnessing the Cleveland Browns coming into Baltimore and rocking them for another 500 yards of offense and 40 points.

Now, FanPulse has tracked the confidence in this team from 94% positive to 38%, a 56-point jump. I don’t blame the fans for feeling this way. The Ravens had an opportunity to enjoy a two-game lead in the division, but instead they blew it and are now tied with Cleveland.

There is but a small silver lining folks, and that is the Steelers FanPulse is even worse.

After the loss of Ben Roethlisberger, the Steel City lost their minds. Even after their Monday night victory over the terrible Cincinnati Bengals, their FanPulse is still lower than the Ravens FanPulse, at 31% positive.

We can only hope the Ravens will go into Heinz Field and bring them back down to single digits with a double digit win.