Found January 04, 2013 on Tireball.com:
The Indianapolis Colts will play against the Baltimore Ravens in the opening round of the AFC Playoffs. Scheduled for a 1 pm EST kickoff on Sunday this game will be featured on CBS. There are a lot of interesting subplots weaved into this game. The Colts welcomed back head coach Chuck Pagano last week. Just as Pagano is a former Ravens assistant, the opposite can be said for the Ravens offensive coordinator who was the Colts head coach last season, Jim Caldwell. Least we forget this is the last home game of Ray Lewis, win or lose. What is the point spread in the Colts and Ravens game? The Ravens are a 7 point favorite against the Colts. The over/under for this game is set at 47 total points. IND BAL W-L 11-5 10-6 Avg Points 22.3 24.9 Avg Points Allowed 24.2 21.5 Home Record 7-1 6-2 Road Record 4-4 4-4 The Ravens will boast a load crowd on the road. M&T Stadium will be the most hostile environment that the Colts have played in all season. With the announcem...
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