Texans vs. Ravens: Baltimore's Home Winning Streak May Extend to Next Season as They Lead Late in the Fourth Quarter
The Baltimore Ravens have won 10 straight home games, and are on their way to their 11th straight to improve to 9-0 this season in M&T Bank Stadium as Baltimore leads 20-13 in the closing moments of this AFC Divisional contest
If Baltimore wins, then they will have to travel to Foxboro and play the New England Patriots next week in the AFC Championship Game. That means the 11 straight wins will have to carry over to next year.
Baltimore also has the best home record in the NFL since 2008. They're a staggering 27-5 at home including playoff games.
If the Ravens do win, it will be their first home win in a playoff game since 2000.
This all of course can be ended if Houston can score a touchdown here in the last 2:52. The Texans have two timeouts and the two-minute warning left.
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