AFC Classics on Display when Brady’s Pats Host Lewis’ Ravens

Fri, 18 Jan 2013 11:01
A pair of NFL greats will collide in the AFC Championship this Sunday. Can Ray Lewis and his Baltimore Ravens figure out a way to defeat Tom Brady’s New England Patriots and sneak into Super Bowl XLVII? The NFL odds might be against them, but then again, that was the case last week too. Get your NFL odds and Super Bowl futures at Bovada and get a free 50% Bonus With the lowest Super Bowl odds of any of the four teams remaining in the postseason, Baltimore’s 15/2 mark is limited by the fact that they have to line up against one of the hottest teams in football this weekend. Not only are the Pats the obvious on-paper favorite with 11/10 odds of winning the Super Bowl, but their play of late has looked every bit as dominant as it has in the past. When you’re one of the finest sports franchises of the past decade, that’s a good thing. In Lewis’ swan song, however, the Ravens have looked motivated and dangerous. With Joe Flacco serving admirably under center, Baltimore has already clawed their way further in the playoff bracket than many expected them too. Can the good fortune continue for the Ravens as they head to Foxborough for a date with an old AFC foe?

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