The ravens are looking out in the middle of the AFC wildcard race. This weekend’s games can either create a mess or separate the challengers.
Sunday, 1 p. m.
The dolphins are perhaps the most vulnerable wildcard contenders ahead of the ravens due to the difficulty of their remaining schedule. That starts with a matchup against the defending champion Chiefs, who roll in looking for the AFC number. 1-whole seeds. Miami has a talented secondary school, led by cornerback Xavien Howard, who leads the NFL with eight interceptions, but can they put pressure on Patrick Mahomes and co?. Root for: Chiefs
Tennessee Titans (8-4) at Jacksonville Jaguars (1-11) Sunday, 1st p. . m.
The Titans took an ugly defeat to the Cleveland Browns and caught them up with the Indianapolis Colts at AFC South. Either the Titans or the Colts will win the division, but the Ravens want the other (or both) to refuel. The Jags haven’t won since Week 1 but have played close games against the Browns and Vikings for the past few weeks. Root for: jaguars
Indianapolis Colts (8-4) at Las Vegas Raiders (7-5)
Sunday, 1 p. m.
_This is a tough question as both teams are challengers to the Ravens’ wildcard chances. Currently, the Colts are in seventh and last place in the AFC playoffs. So if the dolphins didn’t fall, the ravens would have to defeat the Colts. The Raiders are currently looking outward like Baltimore and are a difficult team considering they almost beat the Chiefs twice, but also almost lost to the winless Jets. A Raiders win means a more crowded field, but more options. Rather, a Colts win means the Dolphins will trip. Root for: Raiders
Pittsburgh Steelers (11-1) at Buffalo Bills (9-3) Sunday, 8:20 pm. m.
The bills have not yet closed the AFC East but are in a good position. Pittsburgh’s perfect season is over and they are likely to secure a place in the playoffs this weekend. The only reason Ravens fans want them to lose (other than the obvious reason that they’re the Steelers) is to get the Chiefs to the top for a round one reunion. When the Steelers at No.. 2 in the AFC and the ravens enter the playoffs at No.. 6 they get a rematch. That seems like a good excuse to hold your own against black and gold. It doesn’t help the Ravens’ playoff chances, but a Bills loss probably doesn’t do much either. Root for: invoices
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