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The Ravens were able to defeat the New England Patriots, 33-14, by running the ball 52 times and throwing only 10 passes. Considering that Baltimore romped for 234 yards and four touchdowns, it’s a safe bet the Indianapolis Colts will key on stopping that punishing attack. If the Colts do consistently stack the box, however, do the Ravens think they can grind out a second-consecutive victory with another anemic aerial performance? Will the Ravens commit to running the ball if Indianapolis sells out against it?

If you’re lucky, you didn’t just watch it, you taped it. The first 15 minutes of the Ravens’ playoff victory over the New England Patriots yesterday was the greatest quarter in the history of the franchise. If you bleed purple, you’re going to want to watch it again. Probably a few times. In the 220 regular season and postseason games the Ravens have played since they kicked off in 1996, no 15-minute interval has been more exhilarating, satisfying or flat-out, jaw-dropping unbelievable than yesterday’s opening quarter.