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Ravens confident after Sunday's dominant win, but they know 'it’s never as good as you think'

Ravens confident after Sunday's dominant win, but they know 'it’s never as good as you think'

Sunday’s 21-0 shutout at the Tennessee Titans coupled with Cincinnati’s 28-21 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers means the Ravens are tied with the Bengals for the top spot in the AFC North with 4-2 records.

After wrapping up a three-game road trip with two wins, the Ravens can look forward to playing four of their next five games at M&T Bank Stadium — beginning with Sunday’s game against the NFC South-leading New Orleans Saints. It’s a comforting position, coach John Harbaugh said Monday afternoon.

“We’re in a good place,” he said. “Not as good as we could be, but you can’t look back and lament that. You’ve got to move forward, and we’re happy to be at where we’re at....

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