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    Ranking Each Ravens Team



    If you were going to rank each Ravens team from all 21 of their seasons they had. How would you rank them?





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    Re: Ranking Each Ravens Team

    1. 2000
    2. 2012
    3. 2011
    4. 2006
    5. 2010
    6. 2003
    7. 2008
    8. 2014
    9. 2001
    10. 2009
    11. 2004

    The rest were either 8 and 8 or losing seasons, can't really be bothered going into them. I'd say the seasons past team was probably the best of the bunch though.

    That's 5 winning seasons each for Billick and Harbs plus 1 SB each. Harbs can either go on and extend his legacy as a better HC than Billick if they manage to get back into the play offs, or he will go down as an equal to Billick if he ends up having another losing season and likely gets shit canned.





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    Re: Ranking Each Ravens Team

    1. 2000
    2. 2011
    3. 2012
    4. 2006
    5. 2001
    6. 2010
    7. 1999
    8. 2003
    9. 2009
    10. 2008
    11 2004
    12. 2014
    13. 2002
    14. 2013
    15. 2016
    16. 2002
    17. 1998
    18. 1997
    19. 2007
    20. 2005
    21. 1996
    In a 2003 BBC poll that asked Brits to name the "Greatest American Ever", Mr. T came in fourth, behind ML King (3rd), Abe Lincoln (2nd) and Homer Simpson (1st).





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    Re: Ranking Each Ravens Team

    Top 10

    1. 2000
    2. 2012
    3. 2011
    4. 2008
    5. 2006
    6. 2001
    7. 2014
    8. 2010
    9. 2009
    10. 2003
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    19. 1997
    20. 1996
    21. 2015





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    Re: Ranking Each Ravens Team

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    1. 2000
    2. 2011
    3. 2012
    4. 2006
    5. 2001
    6. 2010
    7. 1999
    8. 2003
    9. 2009
    10. 2008
    11 2004
    12. 2014
    13. 2002
    14. 2013
    15. 2016
    16. 2002
    17. 1998
    18. 1997
    19. 2007
    20. 2005
    21. 1996
    Damn! Just realized that I left the absolutely worst Ravens team in history off my list: "22. 2015". Subconsciously, I must have wiped that nightmare out of my brain. :grbac:
    In a 2003 BBC poll that asked Brits to name the "Greatest American Ever", Mr. T came in fourth, behind ML King (3rd), Abe Lincoln (2nd) and Homer Simpson (1st).





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    Re: Ranking Each Ravens Team

    That 1999 team was 8-8, I believe, but easily could have been 13-3. 5 of their losses were very close. I knew they'd be special in 2000; didn't dream we'd win it all, but thought we'd win a playoff game or 2.





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    Re: Ranking Each Ravens Team

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    Damn! Just realized that I left the absolutely worst Ravens team in history off my list: "22. 2015". Subconsciously, I must have wiped that nightmare out of my brain. :grbac:
    The '98 team was the worst. The 2015 guys were at least decimated by injuries. '98 was horrible. At least '96-97 we had half a team -- an excellent offense and an atrocious defense. The '98 bunch was painful to watch. Harbaugh couldn't throw anymore, and our leading receiver was Jermaine Lewis with 784 yards. The defense was 22nd in the league, but the offense was 26th. The 45-19 pasting by the Jags remains the only Ravens game I have ever walked out on.

    They won six games, but they beat the 3-win Bengals twice, and the 3-win Colts once. (Thank God for that -- if they had gone 1-15 that year with that one win being against the Colts, we would have been happy. Harbs gave Johnny U the game ball.)
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    Re: Ranking Each Ravens Team

    Quote Originally Posted by HotInHere View Post
    The '98 team was the worst.... The defense was 22nd in the league, but the offense was 26th. The 45-19 pasting by the Jags remains the only Ravens game I have ever walked out on.
    I remember the '98 season from a different perspective. Two very tight woulda-shoulda losses in defensive struggles against the powerhouse Titans (who went to the SB in '99). Wrapping the season with a win via a dominating defensive performance over all-world RB Barry Sanders, held to 41 yards in 19 carries and denied his 5th straight 1500 yard season. Our guys appeared to me just a QB, a few receivers, and some DL help away from contending the next season.
    In a 2003 BBC poll that asked Brits to name the "Greatest American Ever", Mr. T came in fourth, behind ML King (3rd), Abe Lincoln (2nd) and Homer Simpson (1st).





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    Re: Ranking Each Ravens Team

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    I remember the '98 season from a different perspective. Two very tight woulda-shoulda losses in defensive struggles against the powerhouse Titans (who went to the SB in '99). Wrapping the season with a win via a dominating defensive performance over all-world RB Barry Sanders, held to 41 yards in 19 carries and denied his 5th straight 1500 yard season. Our guys appeared to me just a QB, a few receivers, and some DL help away from contending the next season.
    The '98 Tennessee Oilers were hardly a powerhouse. They were playing their games at Vanderbilt (if memory serves) and they were 2-0 against us and 6-8 against the rest of the league. They -- like us -- had started to put the foundational pieces in place for what would be their dynasty and the beginning of the rivalry. But they weren't that good of a team yet.

    I do agree with you though that the performance against Detroit was a harbinger of things to come. That run defense was starting to come together.
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