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Once rivals, the Jaguars lead the all-time series record against the Ravens, 9-7, but the two teams haven’t played since 2008. The Ravens have also won seven of the last eight meetings, an indication of two teams heading in opposite directions. The Ravens are considered one of the top teams in the AFC, while the Jaguars have been answering questions about the future of head coach Jack Del Rio, and the franchise’s future in Jacksonville. The Jaguars have lost five straight games and have been outscored 56-118 in the process. They are averaging just 12 points per game. The Jaguars haven’t finished a season with a winning record since 2007. Under John Harbaugh, the Ravens have proven that they don’t take downtrodden teams lightly. They are 19-2 against teams with sub .500 records during the Harbaugh era and both of those losses were to 0-1 teams. They also are 7-4 under Harbaugh in prime-time games, including a 4-3 record on the road EDGE: RAVENS
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