Baltimore Ravens and Their Super Bowl Chances

November 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Before the season began, the Baltimore Ravens were one of the top picks to reach the Super Bowl by the media. Of course, it is well known that teams don't win Super Bowls in July; that's what the season and the playoffs are for.
Every year there are four kinds of teams, two good and two bad.
The first kind of team is the bad team that was expected to be bad (Buffalo, Carolina). These guys usually don't have any talent and often have rosters laden with prominent draft busts (Aaron Maybin, No. 11 overall to Buffalo).
The second variety is the bad team that was expected to be good (Dallas, Cincinnati). This is probably the most miserable category to be in because as a fan it is fine to deal with losing, you get used to it. But not when you thought the playoffs were a done deal.
The third category is the good team that was expected to be bad (Kansas City, Oakland). These are usually very young teams that didn't so much lack talent as proven production; it's difficult to...

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