The Baltimore Ravens won't be playing in the postseason, but they are trying to disrupt the path of as many division foes as possible.
Baltimore players have downplayed their possible spoiler role in recent weeks, as they've played three straight against playoff contenders. For most in Baltimore, having little to play for at the end of the season is new territory -- it's the first losing season in John Harbaugh's tenure.
"Spoiler? That's a great question," linebacker Elvis Dumervil said. "This is my first time, so I really don't know how to answer that question. We'll see. Like I said all along, we will finish strong, and we will finish. You can book it, you can count on that -- however you want to categorize it. We will finish strong."
Credit Harbaugh and his staff for keeping a team decimated by injuries competitive in nearly every contest this season.
"It says a lot about our players," Harbaugh said. "I wouldn't even for one second think that that would happen with our guys. We have a lot of character. We have really good leadership in the locker room."