The Ravens go to the playoffs as winners of AFC North.
Baltimore, who clinched his first league title since 2012, defeated the Cleveland Browns (26-24) on Sunday to complete a successful run in the late-season playoffs.
In an exciting game, Baltimore managed to hold on in the final few minutes thanks to an interception by linebacker CJ Mosley.
The Ravens (10-6) have won six of their last seven games and will be in the postseason for the NFL's hottest teams. It is their seventh playoff appearance and third-tier title under head coach John Harbaugh.
In the # 4 starter playoffs, the Ravens will host the fifth-placed Los Angeles Chargers on Saturday (January 5) or Sunday. (6th January).
The last time the Ravens won the division, they managed to win the Super Bowl XLVII.
"It's not the top goal, but it's definitely the first goal ̵
This is the title of the fifth league in the history of Ravens (2003, # 06, 11 11,) 12), & 18), and it seemed unlikely that it seemed unlikely in the 11th week, when Baltimore was still pursuing the Pittsburgh Steelers for 2½ games. The Ravens, however, took their step after saying goodbye at Week 10 and changed their attack dramatically when rookie Lamar Jackson took over quarterback for an injured Joe Flacco.
The Ravens were with Jackson in the middle the best team of the NFL and on Sunday the victory was another example.
Baltimore stormed to 296 yards in the season, Jackson crashed on two touchdowns, and Kenneth Dixon stormed back, and Kenneth Dixon rushed with only 12 transfers to a career high of 117 yards. Baltimore scored a 20: 7 lead and rushed in the first half for 179 yards, the fourth-highest sum of all halves in team history.
Baltimore enters the playoffs with an outstanding postseason record under Harbaugh. In six previous playoff games, Harbaugh has never lost his first playoff game, and his overall record record is 10-5.