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The Ravens rank last in the NFL in turnover differential, the running attack has yet to be unleashed, and a pair of Opening-Day starters in six-time Pro Bowl free safety and right offensive tackle Jared Gaither has yet to take the field.

But the team sits stop the AFC North after the first quarter of the regular season and plays five of its next eight games in the friendly confines of M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.

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Still, coach John Harbaugh had mixed emotions about the Ravens' standing.

"Probably pretty good, in terms of, if you just look at the numbers," Harbaugh said of his feelings about the team's record. "But then again, you always look at the one that got away, and e think we should win them all. I think the biggest thing is, we're -7 in turnovers and yet we're 3-1. Playing three games on the road, playing three divisional opponents, playing a team that's pretty good at home here and has turned out to be a pretty good football team as we said, and we've managed to still do that when turnovers are the thing that really hurt you win/loss-wise in this league historically. So I think that bodes well. That's an opportunity for us. That's something that we know we're going to continue to improve on on both sides of the ball and build on all the other things that give us a chance to be effective as we go forward."

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