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Ravens Fans Keep Hope Alive

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SALISBURY, Md.– Fans on Delmarva are holding out hope for their beloved Ravens after the team's worst start in franchise history. Sunday’s 28-24 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals dropped Baltimore to 0-3 for the young season.

Chris Raynor of Salisbury watched the game in horror.

“That was horrible,” he said. “Absolutely horrible to see.”

But Raynor hasn’t given up on his team just yet. Others, like Kevin Decesare of Salisbury, seem to think it’s over.

“That drawer where we keep all our jerseys and whatnot; you should probably fill it back up,” Decesare said.

Statistically, he’s right. Only three teams have ever gone 0-3 and made it to the playoffs. The ’92 San Diego Chargers, ’95 Detroit Lions and ’98 Buffalo Bills. None of them made it past the second round.

That doesn’t change Raynor’s attitude.

“I’m still a Ravens fan and I think hope is still alive.”

The Ravens look to turn their season around when they play the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night. The game will air on WBOC. 

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