2016 NFL Power Rankings: Baltimore Ravens

Below you will find a table of Baltimore Ravens results in our 2016 NFL Power Rankings.

Initial120-0For the first time in the eight seasons that John Harbaugh has been head coach, the Ravens finished with a losing record (5-11). The team suffered numerous season-ending injuries -- Joe Flacco, Justin Forsett, Steve Smith, etc. -- but you could argue this is the least talented roster that Harbaugh has had.
Post-Draft110-0The Ravens passed on Laremy Tunsil for Ronnie Stanley, but their grades are very similar, and the Ravens loaded up on positions of need throughout the draft -- two offensive tackles, three defensive ends/edge rushers, two cornerbacks and a pair of running backs including one of my favorite prospects in this class, LA Tech's Kenneth Dixon.
Week 1180-0Preseason win projection: 8-8
Week 2131-0Since leaving the Steelers for free agency after the 2012 season, Wallace set a four-year high for his long reception (66 yards) in his first game with the Ravens.
Week 3112-0The Ravens started slow (down 20-0) on Sunday, but they scored 25 unanswered points to improve to 2-0. In those two games, newcomer Mike Wallace has scored all three of Joe Flacco's passing touchdowns.
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