The Baltimore Ravens defense is very good, but at Foxborough against the New England Patriots, the Ravens offense must know that 20 points isn't going to be enough to get a win.
The New England defense is vulnerable, especially against the deep pass. For the Ravens to book a trip to Indianapolis, their young speedster pull out of his rut.
Torrey Smith proved that he can exploit a weak secondary when exploded on to the scene in Week 3, torching the St. Louis Rams for 152 yards and three touchdowns. That game showed Smith's ability to dominate, but in recent weeks, he hasn't been able to get loose.
Smith has just two receptions for more than 30 yards in his last seven games, and caught just one ball for nine yards against the Houston Texans in the divisional round.
The Patriots don't have a corner whose skills are even close those of Jonathan Joseph, who covered Smith for much of the game last week. Smith needs to take advantage and get deep as much as possible, popping the top off of a defense that is already one of the worst in football.