Baltimore Ravens’ remaining schedule: How a potential path to the postseason shapes up – Aaron Kasinitz
Week 13: at Atlanta Falcons (4-4)
Any team playing against the Falcons has to find a way to make sure Ryan and Jones don’t run rampant. But it’s unlikely Baltimore completely shuts down Atlanta’s high-flying offense, so Flacco will need to make a dent against the NFL’s 28th-ranked defense.
Week 14: at Kansas City Chiefs (8-1)
Baltimore’s top-ranked defense will face its stiffest test at Arrowhead Stadium. The Patriots were the only team to beat the Chiefs this year, and they needed two takeaways and 43 points to eke out a narrow win.
Week 16: at Los Angeles Chargers (6-2)
The Chargers’ offense has turned the ball over six times all season, the second fewest in the NFL.