• Broncos will face Colts or Ravens

    Summary of 17 articles · Updated Jan 7, 2013
    The Broncos' postseason opener against the Ravens or Colts will be played at 2:30 p.m. The Ravens lead the Colts 10-6 tie at halftime, in a game that somebody’s going to have to win for the right to get shelled by the Broncos next week. : The Broncos are 13-3 in home playoff games, but the Ravens are battle-tested when it comes to playing on the road in the postseason. With the draft's No. 1 pick, the Colts selected quarterback Andrew Luck, who has had a splendid rookie season as Manning's replacement. Mike Klis, The Denver Post Mike Klis, The Denver Post Mike Klis, The Denver Post Mike Klis, The Denver Post Mike Klis, The Denver Post Mike Klis, The Denver Post Other popular content on the Yahoo! network: • Caden Crisp can rock epic hair, just like dad Coco • Wizards' John Wall returns to practice, impresses • Ohio State hoops exposed, falls fast in stock report • Y! New: Why Republicans are 'mad as hell'
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      BALTIMORE-The Baltimore Ravens wanted one long final ride for Ray Lewis. They also wanted Denver.
    • Rapid Reaction: Ravens 24, Colts 9

      Thoughts on the Indianapolis Colts' 24-9 wild-card game loss to the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium: What it means: An improbable season is now over. Under new leadership and with huge roster turnover, the Colts found their way to 11 wins and a…
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    • How today's Broncos compare with Manning's best Colts teams

      This isn't the first time Peyton Manning has gone into the NFL playoffs with a 13-3 team.
    • Baltimore Ravens or Indianapolis Colts will be coming to Denver

      In seeking every possible advantage, the Broncos sent advance scouts to the AFC's two first-round playoff games.
  • Broncos will face some Ravens who sat out the previous meeting

    A month ago, Ray Lewis was a hopeless bystander on his home field as the Broncos ripped through his Baltimore Ravens.
    • Quick Take: Ravens at Broncos

      Five things to know about next Sunday’s Baltimore Ravens-Denver Broncos playoff game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High: 1. Can Ravens end Manning's mastery? Baltimore hasn't beaten Peyton Manning since 2001, when the Ravens were defending Super Bow
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  • Mike Preston: Ravens finally find right combination on offensive line

    This group is better with McKinnie replacing injured Reid It took the Ravens the entire season, but now they have the right players starting on the offensive line.
  • This time, the Ravens didn’t miss in the end zone when they needed the big play

    It was the play that effectively ended the Baltimore Ravens' 2011 season, and it eclipsed the fact that for most of the AFC championship game, Baltimore's Joe Flacco actually outplayed Tom Brady in a 23-20 nail-biter that saw Brady's New England Patriot…
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  • Ravens, Flacco advance with 24-9 win over Colts

    It’s a good thing the Ravens had the emotional lift of Ray Lewis‘ last game in Baltimore. Because the game they played wasn’t as memorable, though it was good enough to buy the retiring linebacker another week. A sharper second half by quarterback J
  • Rice’s ability to make Flacco look good helps Ravens to lead

    OK, emotion is all well and good, but at some point somebody’s going to have to play football. The Ravens lead the Colts 10-6 tie at halftime, in a game that somebody’s going to have to win for the right to get shelled by the Broncos next week. Neithe
    • Ravens lead Colts at halftime

      BALTIMORE -- Running back Ray Rice delivered the big play that helped the Ravens take a 10-6 halftime lead on the Colts in Sunday's AFC wild-card game. Rice made up for a fumble in the red zone by breaking loose for a 47-yard run off a screen play. He s…
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  • Colts given credit for a Ray Rice fumble recovery when they never actually recovered

    Figuring out who recovered a fumble is one of the more inexact things a NFL official does. Usually, the best approach is to wait to see who comes out with the ball, which basically leads to unspeakable things happening in the pile, but it's better than …
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  • Ravens finally get their stars back together

    Such that anyone’s going to be healthy this time of year, the Ravens and Colts are entering today’s Wild Card game with well-stocked lineups. Ravens linebackers Ray Lewis and Terrell Suggs will take the field together for the first time all season aft
  • Four Ravens predictions sure to go wrong in wild-card game vs. Colts

    In this game-day staple, blogger Matt Vensel makes four sometimes-courageous predictions for the game. All he asks is that you don¿t hold it against him whenever those predictions end up being embarrassingly wrong.

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