Where Would the Baltimore Ravens Stand if the Season Ended Today?


Something that fans and critics like to speculate about in the weeks prior to the postseason are scenarios. Where will this team land if this team wins and where will this team land if this team loses? It can get very confusing and out of hand.

With six weeks still remaining in the season, it is still a bit too early for that. However, something for which it is never too early is to look at where your team would stand if the season were to end today.

With six teams in the conference holding a record of 6-4, this can get tricky for the Baltimore Ravens. However, NFL.com has made it very simple for us with their playoff picture.

The New England Patriots would obviously take the number one seed, as they currently hold an AFC-best 8-2 record. The Denver Broncos would be second at 7-3, the Cincinnati Bengals, who hold a record of 6-3-1, would hold the number three seed, and the Indianapolis Colts would take the fourth seed at 6-4.

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  • The Kansas City Chiefs currently hold a record of 7-3, so they would obviously take the first wild card. Then it gets tricky. Five teams hold records of 6-4, so it would come down to a five-way-tiebreaker, and Lord knows how those work.

    It goes by conference record, and since the Miami Dolphins hold a conference record of 5-2, they would grab the second wild card. They are followed by the San Diego Chargers, and then the Baltimore Ravens, who currently hold the eighth seed.

    Followed by that we have two other AFC North teams in the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns, respectively. In the end, here is how the wild card picture were to look if the season ended today:

    5. Kansas City Chiefs

    6. Miami Dolphins

    7. San Diego Chargers

    8. Baltimore Ravens

    9. Pittsburgh Steelers

    10. Cleveland Browns

    But this all means nothing. There is still plenty of football to play and plenty of teams in contention, so who knows where these clubs will stand after Week 17.