AFC Power Rankings Week 14: Patriots drop to No. 3

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Baltimore Ravens. 14. player. 26. <p>Another week, another Matt Schaub pick-six. Derrick Shelby was the beneficiary of Schaub’s odd tendency to throw pick-sixes this time around, and it cost the Ravens the game in a tightly contested affair in Miami.</p> <p>The lone bright spot was the play of rookie Javorious Allen, who scored the Ravens’ only touchdown and caught 12 passes for 107 yards. Note that Allen is a running back, not a wide receiver.</p> <p>As for the remaining four games, there’s good news and bad news. The good news is that the Ravens are about to have a three-game home stand; the bad news is that they play the Seahawks, Chiefs and Steelers. Oh, and then they finish the year in Cincinnati. The combined record of those four teams (all of whom won in Week 13) is 31-17, so it’s reasonable to say that the Ravens have won their final game of this nightmare season.</p>. AFC North. 4-8

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