AFC Wild Card Playoff: Baltimore Ravens at Kansas City Chiefs

January 9, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Kansas City Chiefs are in the postseason for the first time since 2006; it’s the first time in four years that San Diego did not win the AFC West.
The game will be played in the legendary Arrowhead stadium where the crowd is always in a frenzy.  The Chiefs 7-1 at home this season.  That lone defeat came last weekend against Oakland.
The Baltimore Ravens have won on the road in the previous two wild-card rounds.  They took care of Miami in the 2008 and New England last year.
Ravens Rush Offense vs. Chiefs Rush Defense Bal—114.4 (14th) vs. KC—110.2 (14th)
The Ravens have had a bit of a down year running the football.  They’ve let Flacco loose a bit more this season, so the backs are seeing less carries. 
But the Ravens have won their last two wild-card games because of their ability to pound the rock.  Against Miami, the Ravens carried the ball 33 times for a 151 yards.  Last year against ...

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