After three weeks of the 2008 season, the Baltimore Ravens sat atop of the AFC North with a 2-0 record. Led by rookie coach John Harbaugh and rookie quarter back Joe Flacco, the Ravens looked like a team on the rise. In Week Four, the Ravens traveled to Pittsburgh to play the 2-1 Steelers. Prior to the game, Ray Lewis was heard saying that the Ravens were going to be a Dynasty. In that Week Four game, the Ravens fell to the Steelers. They also fell to those same Steelers two more times, including in the AFC Championship game. Dynasty? There have been a few Dynasty in the NFL, but not many. Normally, only one team per decade gets that honor. Green Bay Packers had it in the '60s, winning the first two Super Bowls. The Steelers had it in the '70s, winning four Super Bowls in six years. San Fr ...
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