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The NFL’s top teams have been the toughest to beat, but with cup competitions in the NFL Cup playoffs, the best cup teams are getting a bit of a push in the push-your-luck cup games.

Here are the top 10 teams who’ve put their cups up for grabs.

1.

Baltimore Ravens, Baltimore, Md.2.

Cleveland Browns, Cleveland, Ohio3.

New York Giants, New York, N.Y.4.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa, Fla.5.

Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia, Pa.6.

Denver Broncos, Denver, Colo.7.

Tennessee Titans, Nashville, Tenn.8.

New Orleans Saints, New Orleans, La.9.

Carolina Panthers, Carolina, S.C.10.

Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City, Mo.1.

BaltimoreRavensRavens are the No. 1 team in the country.

They have won 11 of their past 12 games, with a 4-0 record.

They are tied with New England Patriots for the league’s best record at 11-0.

They are in the midst of a five-game winning streak, with wins over the Patriots and the Broncos.

Baltimore Ravens (11-0) have won six straight games, dating back to last season.

They lost last season to the Kansas City Raiders on Sept. 16 and played at Dallas before being beaten 49-14 in Kansas City.

They also have a winning record against the NFC East.

They beat the Atlanta Falcons in the opener of the playoffs.

The Ravens are tied for first in the NFC North, and they are the only team in that division with two consecutive winning records.

They also have won three of four against teams currently in the top three of the AFC North.

The Browns are the defending champion of the Super Bowl and are currently tied with the Green Bay Packers.

The Steelers are the second seed in the division and the winner of the Packers-Steelers rematch in the regular season finale will host the AFC Championship Game.

They beat the Bengals, Titans and 49ers in the AFC title game last season and lost to the Chiefs, Seahawks and Bills in the playoffs, with their last two losses coming by four points.

The Steelers have won five straight home games against teams in the middle of the pack in the league, including five straight victories over AFC teams (including three in a row against AFC West teams) and two straight victories against AFC North teams (at Cincinnati and at Indianapolis).

The Browns have won four straight at home against teams at or near the bottom of the division, including three straight victories in New England.

The Bengals and Texans have combined for three of their last four losses at home.

The Giants have won eight of their 11 regular season games in New York.

They have not lost in New Jersey since Dec. 8, 2016.

The Titans have won 10 of 11 home games at MetLife Stadium, including two in a day.

The Eagles have lost six straight at the stadium, including one in a week.

The Seahawks have won their last eight regular season home games.

They did not beat the Browns last season, but they beat the Eagles in the postseason last season for the first time since 2011.

The Eagles have won two straight at New York’s Madison Square Garden and have won the last four games at the venue, with two in the past four seasons.

The Chiefs have won 12 of their first 15 games in KansasCity, including eight straight.

They won seven straight in Philadelphia and five in New Orleans.

The Patriots have won nine of their final 11 regular-season games, including nine straight at Gillette Stadium.

They swept the Steelers in Pittsburgh.

The Saints have lost nine of 10 games at Gilmer Stadium.

The Bears have won seven of their 10 home games, and nine of 11 on the road.

They defeated the Chiefs in the Superdome last season after a three-game losing streak.

The Falcons have won 16 of 18 home games and 11 of 12 on the schedule.

They last lost in Foxborough on Nov. 15, 2018, after a 10-0 win.

The Broncos have won 19 of 19 regular-seasons games at home, including six straight.

The Chiefs are their only regular-division opponent with three losses.

The Saints are the AFC’s only team with two wins in a single season.

The Packers have a one-game lead for the division lead.

The Bills have won 20 of 21 regular- season games at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

The Jets have won 17 of 18 games at Buffalo Stadium.

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Mark Stepneski is an independent writer whose posts on DallasStars.com reflect his own opinions and do not represent official statements from the Dallas Stars.

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