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FanPulse: Confidence is sky high after the Ravens beat the Patriots

Opposite sides of the spectrum

NFL: NOV 03 Patriots at Ravens Photo by Mark Goldman/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

After a road victory over the Seahawks in Week 7, the confidence of Ravens fans in their team was already high. However, following last week’s primetime win against the Patriots, optimism is now through the roof.

Yep, the Ravens moved up from 97% to 100%. Thus, confidence could not be higher than it is right now. The same can’t be said for their AFC North foes, however.

Confidence from Steelers fans has fluctuated throughout the season, but it’s currently at the highest point since the preseason and Week 1. Given their recent win over the Colts, it’s not too surprising. They’ll face an uphill climb to keep their win streak alive against the Rams in Week 10.

As the Browns have continued to drop multiple games in a row, so too has the confidence from their fans. After a road loss to Brandon Allen and the Broncos last week, it has plummeted to 17% - the lowest of the season. Cleveland will look to right the ship against the Bills this Sunday.

Last but not least, we have the Bengals. Not much has changed here, even after the team announced Ryan Finley would be taking over as the starting quarterback. Cincinnati is still searching for their first win of the season, and Ravens fans are both confident and hoping that it won’t come against Baltimore this week.