NFL Power Rankings: June Edition

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2014: 10-6. Baltimore Ravens. 6. player. 26. <p>The Ravens lunge ahead of their black-and-yellow clad rivals in the AFC North for a few reasons. Firstly, they beat the Steelers in the Wild Card Round this January. And secondly, the Ravens nearly upset the Patriots in the Divisional Round; it took not one, but two 14-point comebacks on the part of Tom Brady and the Pats to survive the Ravens. There is no game that a Patriots fan stresses about more than one against the Ravens—there’s just something about the purple birds that messes with the Patriots’ steady approach to a football game.</p> <p>The longest tenured defensive back on the Patriots’ roster before being released, slot corner Kyle Arrington is now a member of the Ravens.</p> <p><span style=. AFC North

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