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Many are wondering which teams will crack the top two in the AFC and grab hold of home field advantage alongside the Houston Texans.
After a fairly lucky victory against the Lions, Houston is now 10-1 and is looking better by the day to garner home field advantage throughout the entire AFC postseason.
New England is lighting up scoreboards regardless of who is out there on the gridiron while the Ravens are in the same ballpark as Houston is.
They continue to dominate in the close contests by simply just winning. They are far from sexy or flashy, but they know how to end up victorious at the end of the day.
New England and Denver happens to have two of the greatest quarterbacks to have ever lived, so they may get an edge but the Broncos offense may take a tumble if their running game does not produce.
Willis McGahee (torn MCL) is out until the AFC title game as of now, which means the wild cards could perhaps upset them on Wild C...