Guest columnist bullish on Baltimore

The Baltimore Ravens are in position to clinch their first division title since their 2003 playoff campaign. That is only if they beat the Cleveland Browns on Sunday along with the help of the Cincinnati Bengals losing to the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football

The Ravens are showing much maturity and are clearly off to a franchise best at 10-3. They are currently tied with the Colts for the second-best conference record in the AFC. Their focus in the final three weeks is capturing a top-two seed and a first-round bye.
Head Coach Brian Billick has utters the words of having a championship game in Charm City would be huge for the fans as well as for the players. And don't forget about the organization which includes one of the best general managers in the game Ozzie Newsome. Some critics had Phill Savage making all the right moves when selecting players for the Ravens but Newsome clearly shows that he is the best at this game.
Taking a comparison of the top three teams in the AFC, the Ravens have the weakest schedule remaining which is clearly to their advantage. They must not look ahead and most importantly stay healthy. The way the schedule shows is that their final three games are against teams with losing records. ADVANTAGE RAVENS!!!!!!!!
The Ravens are in a better situation then before when you compare the team Super Bowl winning team in 2000, they were the fourth seeded team and firing on all cylinders. That team won the games they had to win which resulted into ending the season with seven wins. Once Baltimore hit the playoff trail, they continued their winning streak all the way to the Super Bowl with a phenomenal win against the New York Giants.
********** Sean A. Stinnett is a staff writer for Football.com covering the Baltimore Ravens. Also the co-host of the Saturday Lowdown Show and co-host of the Ray & Sean's Football Show on Sportstalk 1570am WNST Radio in Baltimore.

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