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Who Will the Ravens Play in the AFC Divisional Playoff Game in Two Weeks?

The Ravens took care of business at home Sunday in a game that was for nothing more than pride, beating up their biggest AFC North rivals in the Steelers by a final of 28-10.

Now that the team got a chance to see what a number of their backups could do against the Steelers, the team will be off until January 11th when they play host to the lowest remaining seed in the AFC in a game that is slated to start at 8:15pm.

Who exactly will the Ravens match up against on the 11th? If you check out the odds on mejores casas de apuestas USA there’s a couple of teams that could come into M&T Bank Stadium for a divisional matchup, and today we run down the teams that could potentially be the Ravens opponent as they look to host the AFC Title Game the following week.

1. Tennessee Titans (9-7)

The Titans finally clinched a playoff spot in the final game of the season against the Houston Texans, running past them to clinch the final playoff spot.

Tennessee is an interesting matchup for any team, and they are going to have to get past the New England Patriots in Foxboro if they want to get to the divisional round.

The team is 7-3 in 10 games since Ryan Tannehill replaced Marcus Mariota in the starting lineup, and since that time they are the fourth highest scoring offense in the NFL.

They are on a roll, and it could be a good battle if they get past the Pats.

2. Buffalo Bills (10-6)

The Ravens already dispatched the Bills in Buffalo earlier this season, and if Buffalo gets past the Houston Texans in a wild card game on Saturday at 4:35pm, and the Pats defeat the Titans, the Bills will come to Baltimore for a second-round game.

Josh Allen is one of the more up and coming quarterbacks in the NFL, and his ability to escape the pocket and race for yards should remind Ravens fans of their own quarterback Lamar Jackson.

While their offense is middle of the road, the Bills defense could carry them to a win over the Texans. They are ranked No. 5 in defensive DVOA and No. 2 in points allowed, numbers that have to impress the Ravens.

3. Houston Texans (10-6)

Another team that the Ravens beat during the regular season, the Texans got a chance to rest most of their starters in the final week of the season, basically giving themselves a bye week to rest and get healthy.

The Texans made huge strides on their offensive line, which allowed Deshaun Watson to not take as many licks from defenders, which was a big reason the team won 10 games.

One big downfall for the Texans is their defense, which entering Sunday was ranked 22nd in the NFL, and allowed just over 270 yards per game. It could be a big day on offense for the Ravens if these two teams meet.

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One Response to “Who Will the Ravens Play in the AFC Divisional Playoff Game in Two Weeks?”

  1. Suzan Firment says:

    Either the Titans or the Bills.

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