AFC North standings entering Week 3 after Steelers squeak past Browns

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Ravens (2-0) sit on top the division after a great start to their season

Things have not been a beautiful story for the Baltimore Ravens early into the season, but they are sitting on top of the division. They have been able to pull off two AFC wins to start their schedule and are coming off a massive win over the Bengals this past week. They were able to do just enough to escape that game with a victory.

Baltimore has their own issues, many their injury concerns going forward. They have lost a couple starters for the season already and there could be other injuries that hinder them for the weeks ahead. Baltimore is a smart team, and they are led by one of the most underrated head coaches in the NFL. They will always be in games no matter the contest.

Lamar Jackson has not been at his MVP level thus far, but he is making significant plays that were missing last season for the club. They will need that going forward, and they will need him to take care of the football and not beat himself. It should be an easy win this week as they host the former team that used to call Baltimore home many years ago.

The Colts will come to town to take on the Ravens. Indianapolis has a young team that is without their star running back, Jonathan Taylor. They have struggled to make up a lot of offense early in the season, but Anthony Richardson is out. This offense is based off the run, and they might struggle to do much of anything against Baltimore this week.

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