Super Bowl 2011: Ravens Could Be In Dallas on Feb. 6
Super Bowl 2011 is just over a month away, and a potential story brewing is the possibility of the Baltimore Ravens making it to Dallas.
Standing in their way are the New England Patriots (14-2), who finished the regular season with the best record in the league. The Ravens played well against the Pats in Week 6, but fell in overtime on a field goal. They have won six of their last eight, and nearly took over the AFC North from the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Baltimore dodged a bullet, or maybe a Jet, by gaining the No. 5 seed. They will be playing the Kansas City Chiefs, losers of two of their last four, each time giving up 31 points in their losses. Baltimore seems to have all the momentum heading into the playoffs, and if they can beat the Chiefs and march around the Patriots, there may not be a team to challenge them until they reach the Super Bowl, given their momentum carries them past a team like the Steelers, which is entirely possible.
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