2012 NFL Playoffs: 5 Reasons Why the Baltimore Ravens Upset the Denver Broncos

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2012 NFL Playoffs: 5 Reasons Why the Baltimore Ravens Upset the Denver Broncos
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Even though Ray Lewis is arguably the greatest linebacker to play in the NFL and at the age of 37 he returned from a torn triceps injury to record 13 tackles in the Ravens playoff win over the Indianapolis Colts, The Denver Post columnist, Mark Kiszla, is giving the Ravens no respect or a chance to win this weekend.

Kiszla wrote: "But, like [Ray] Lewis, their very passionate but washed-up warrior, the [Baltimore] Ravens now seem better at striking a pose than striking fear in the hearts of a foe."

Why should he give them a chance? The Denver Broncos beat them handedly 34-17 in Week 15, and they have an 11-game win streak heading into this matchup.

Not only does he think this, but the rest of the world does too. The Broncos are a 10-point favorite over the Ravens.

Despite Denver being the heavy favorites and on a hot streak, here are five reasons why the Ravens will upset the Broncos this weekend.

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