Ravens Playoff Picture: Standings & Postseason Outlook for Baltimore

Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson

The road to Super Bowl LIV will have to go through Baltimore this January.

With the 31-15 win over their division rival Cleveland Browns on Sunday, the Ravens improved to 13-3 and clinched the No. 1 seed in the AFC. Baltimore will receive a first-round bye and is ensured of home-field advantage throughout the AFC bracket.

The Ravens extended their franchise-record win streak to 11 on Sunday, avenging the last game they dropped at the hands of the Browns all the way back in Week 4 on Sept. 29. That also happened to be the only game the Ravens lost at M&T Bank Stadium this season.

The 13 wins ties the Ravens’ franchise record set back in 2006, which they’ll have a chance to top next week when they host the Pittsburgh Steelers.

With the loss, the Browns were officially eliminated from postseason contention.

Here’s a look at the current AFC playoff outlook, heading into the Chiefs-Bears Sunday night matchup.


1 Baltimore Ravens 13-2 Clinched No. 1 Seed, Home-Field Advantage, AFC North
2 New England Patriots 12-3 Clinched AFC East
3 Kansas City Chiefs 10-4 Clinched AFC West
4 Houston Texans 10-5 Clinched AFC South
5 Buffalo Bills 10-5 Clinched Playoff Berth
6 Pittsburgh Steelers 8-7

Outside Looking In: Titans (8-7), Raiders (7-8)