After falling 43-23 to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night, the Baltimore Ravens now find themselves in last place in the AFC North. In two weeks the Ravens have gone from first to fourth in their division.
- At 5-4, the Ravens are percentage points below the Cleveland Browns (5-3), who defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 22-17 in week 9.
- Baltimore is now 2-3 in the division after getting swept by the first place Cincinnati Bengals, splitting with Pittsburgh and defeating the Browns in Cleveland.
- At +66, the Ravens have the second highest point differential in the NFL and are the only last place team with a positive point differential.
- Football is weird.