The Ravens celebrated John Harbaugh’s 100th NFL head-coaching victory in the Lambeau Field locker room after they trounced the Green Bay Packers with a final score of 23 – 0. Harbaugh stated that he had informed his team to help him get 101, 102, 103, etc.

A Possible Playoff Berth

Even those who prefer a spot of the online Baccarat Canada has to offer until the Super Bowl rolls around have noticed how the Ravens have been playing. If they keep posting performances like the one they managed on Sunday, they can certainly look forward to a playoff berth. While it is unlikely that they will manage to catch Pittsburgh atop the AFC North, Baltimore is a good bet amongst the remaining average AFC squads in terms of landing the conference’s second wild card berth.

What the Ravens Have Going for Them

It is not just a matter of a schedule, which includes the Baltimore Ravens having four of their remaining six games at home alongside a favourable stretch against Cleveland, Indianapolis, and Cincinnati to conclude the regular season. It also is a result of an offense that seems to be finally forging an identity after being frustrated by injury after injury.

Justin Tucker is the leader of the sound special teams: he has connected on a total of 15 of his last 16 field-goal ventures after managing to make all three of his kicks against the Green Bay Packers.

The part that defense has given the Packers in terms of its first home shutout since back in 2006, which saw Mike McCarthy in his initial year as the head coach and Brett Favre starting as quarterback, must also be acknowledged.

Terrell Suggs, the Baltimore linebacker, was quoted as saying that this is the Ravens, a team built upon defense. In terms of this game, another Brett played center for McCarthy, who bore the same indignation that Aaron Rodgers and Favre had to 12 years ago when they faced the Patriots. Brett Hundley threw a total of three interceptions, two coming on the Packers’ opening possession, and was sacked six times as Rodgers watched from the sideline.

Hundley’s Confidence Took a Turn

The faith that Hundley gained from the win over Chicago last Sunday, and his endurance, was tested as several of the six sacks he was taking came from grasping the ball too long as he searched for open receivers whilst also trying not to commit any more turnovers.

Suggs, icing the win with a strip-sack of Hundley, which was recovered by the Ravens’ linebacker C.J. Mosley halfway through the fourth quarter, commented that, after Hundley’s first two picks he simply didn’t want to make another mistake.

Although Joe Flacco, the Ravens’ quarterback, didn’t do anything that spectacular, he did manage to complete 22 of the 28 passes for 183 yards with one touchdown -a 21-yard, one-handed catch by Mike Wallace, who was very well covered, as well as an interception. Flacco stated that the passing game was quick and efficient, and that running plays that didn’t produce much yardage were mixed in, providing some welcome balance.