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A Computer Program Has the Ravens Making a Deep Postseason Run

The Ravens are becoming more and more of a popular pick for people when it comes to the playoffs and even the Super Bowl out of the AFC.

They beat the team that many have becoming the number one seed in the AFC in the Patriots, and also beat a team that a lot of people think will be in the Super Bowl out of the NFC – the Seahawks.

Today came out with an article about how technology has the Ravens will make a deep run in the AFC.

TOMORROW-BOT has put out the teams for the playoffs, with the Ravens winning the AFC North, and making it all the way to the Super Bowl in February.

The team’s first playoff game would be against the Chiefs, here’s the result:

Baltimore Ravens 51, Kansas City Chiefs 50: Quickly labeled the greatest playoff game of the 21st century, Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes combine for 1,100 yards and 11 touchdowns in a contest that ends cruelly for Kansas City, as the Ravens, trailing 50-43 with 5:45 remaining, unspool a punishing, clock-chewing march capped by Mark Ingram bursting in for the score. Trailing 50-49, coach John Harbaugh greenlights an ultra-gutsy two-point conversion call — Ingram again (!) — leaving Mahomes and the Chiefs without a final shot … for the second year in a row.

The win would put the team into the AFC Title game, where they would take on the Oakland Raiders, who the program has upsetting the New England Patriots in overtime.

Baltimore Ravens 25, Oakland Raiders 19 (OT): Scheduled to ship off to Vegas, the Raiders emerge as an exploding national storyline. Deep-sixing the Patriots in a snowstorm will do that to a team, but the Cinderella act comes crashing down in Baltimore. After mining their way into overtime for a third straight week, Oakland forces the Ravens into a nasty fourth-and-4 situation from midfield with the tilt locked at 19-19. Dice-rolling Baltimore coach John Harbaugh puts his offense back on the field, dialing up the team’s Heisman package, featuring Lamar Jackson, backup passer Robert Griffin III and runner Mark Ingram. Oakland stacks the box and appears to have guessed right as Lamar hands the ball off to Ingram on a draw, but the former Alabama star flips the pigskin back to Jackson, who finds Griffin running free down the sideline with nobody closer than a country mile. RG3 waltzes into the end zone to send Baltimore on to the Super Bowl

The win over the Raiders would put the team in the Super Bowl LIV, where the computer program has them falling short against a team they already beat this year, the Seahawks.

Here’s what the program has to say about the Super Bowl outcome.

Seattle Seahawks 40, Baltimore Ravens 33: Baltimore’s biggest mistake comes right away, when the Ravens attempt to recreate the Heisman package glory that saw Robert Griffin III seal the AFC title game with his winning catch and dash. This time, Mark Ingram’s pitch back to Lamar Jackson floats beyond the quarterback, who snags the bouncing ball and lobs it on the run. It flitters into the arms of Seahawks defender Jadeveon Clowney, who takes it 44 yards for the game’s opening score. Lamar makes up for it with 144 yards of poetry on the ground, while Russell Wilson’s back-to-back deep strikes to D.K. Metcalf and Josh Gordon tie the showdown at 33-33 with 2:22 remaining.

Fate’s cruel kiss then taps the cheek of Ravens center Matt Skura, who mistakenly arcs the ball over Lamar’s outstretched hands on a shotgun snap with 0:32 on the clock. From the wilderness again comes Clowney, surging past Skura and Jackson to snatch up the orb and roll untouched into the end zone for his second touchdown of Super Bowl LIV. The Seahawks are champions, Pete Carroll is peppy — and Jadeveon becomes an American super icon, following up his critically acclaimed role in Michael Mann’s Miami Vice: Midnight Waters with an emotionally wrenching performance as KOVAR-9, the half-human/half-droid Force-sensitive lackey from Tatooine’s Tosche Station, in Ewan McGregor’s OBI-WAN miniseries for Disney+.


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