With The First Pick

● By Dylan Grimm
The 2020 season didn’t end now I’m sure most Baltimore Ravens fans and the team had hoped but there were plenty of positives to hang your hat on for the season as a whole. The Ravens finished with an 11-5 overall record in the regular season which was good enough to earn them a wildcard spot after the Pittsburgh Steelers won the AFC North and swept the Ravens by a combined nine points between the two games. The Ravens got their revenge against the Tennessee Titans after losing to them in the 2019 playoffs by beating them 20-13 in round one of the 2020 NFL Playoffs. Unfortunately for the Ravens, the offense stalled out entirely in round two when they faced up against the Buffalo Bills and lost that contest 17-3 after failing to score a single touchdown.