www.BookMaker.eu The Houston Texans’ look has changed a bit more than the Baltimore Ravens’ since their Week 6 meeting, but the teams’ shared approach makes Sunday’s divisional round playoff game intriguing. Their defenses rank 2-3, which is more newsworthy for the second-ranked Texans considering they finished 30th last season. The Ravens’ 13th-ranked offense is two notches below the Texans, though Baltimore climbed seven spots from 2010. But as Houston discovered with linebacker JJ Watts’ interception return for a touchdown in Saturday’s wild-card win against the Cincinnati Bengals, one play can change everything. That’s a familiar formula for Baltimore, which aims to use that and other intangibles to tilt the scales, with most everything else equal statistically. http
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