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The schedule's better in second half, but Ravens have no room for error

The schedule's better in second half, but Ravens have no room for error

When analyzing the second half of the Ravens' season, there could be hope or more gloom. It's so hard to predict.

Of their eight remaining opponents, only two have a winning record and five of those eight games are at M&T Bank Stadium, where the Ravens were once nearly unbeatable.

But these aren't the old Ravens that played great defense.

There is always hope coming off the bye week because it allows a team time to self scout and for key players to heal. But let's be realistic. Unless the Ravens traded for Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson, cloned Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson or signed Hall of Fame cornerback Deion Sanders after he drank...

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