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It's a day of reckoning for the AFC North... and ironically it's going down in the sunny state of California... life is weird that way.Here's staff writer Ron Benamor with an explanation of the AFC North's Day of reckoning:Sunday Night Showdown
Baltimore and Pittsburgh fly to the sunshine state in big playoff implications The Baltimore Ravens will play their biggest game of the season, in my opinion, on Sunday Night. With Pittsburgh playing at San Francisco, the Ravens could find themselves two games up on the Steelers (Ravens hold the tiebreaker). However, the San Diego game won't be easy. San Diego has now won two straight games by a combined margin of 25.5 PPG. Phillip Rivers has been shaky this season, but his play the last few games has been anything but shaky...Ryan Mathews has also come on as of late. However, Baltimore is hungry for a win. With the way they’ve been playing, I don’t see why Baltimore won’t get to eat on Sunday. Here are my three reasons...
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