10. Baltimore Ravens
Lucky or not, all that matters for the Baltimore Ravens is they finally put an end to their losing streak on Sunday by defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers on the road to improve their record to 3-2 on the season.
There aren’t going to be many times in which the Steelers still find ways to win when Lamar Jackson finishes with three interceptions, but also this should be used as a learning experience for the young quarterback.
Baltimore knew they were making a difficult decision back in the offseason when they decided to trade Joe Flacco to the Denver Broncos, but games like Sunday will hopefully help Jackson in the long run.
While the Ravens watched Jackson struggle the way he did at times, the defense deserves plenty of credit for making some big plays throughout the contest, especially in overtime when JuJu Smith-Schuster fumbled the football.
Defense has always been the major strength of the Ravens over the years, and Sunday’s win over the Steelers was another perfect example of how dangerous the unit can be when on top of their game.
And with Baltimore facing the winless Cincinnati Bengals in Week 6, the defense should have little trouble carrying that momentum from the win in Pittsburgh over to help improve to 4-2.