2013 NFL Playoffs Update: Broncos vs. Ravens-Behind Enemy Lines

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Doing some Recon on the Ravens.

The Denver Broncos are well into their preparations to face the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Divisional Playoff game on Saturday. As the No.1 seed, the Broncos will play host to the No. 4 Ravens, who they defeated in Week 15.

Broncos head coach John Fox isn’t buying into any hype, as is usual, and while he isn’t expecting a cake walk, he did share a bit of quiet confidence.

"As far as who you play, who played who, when — it’s still a 60-minute game between the lines," Fox said. "It’ll be at our place, in front of our crowd, our fans who have been terrific all year. We’ve lost once at home and it was quite a long time ago. That’s kind of what we’re staring at."


Meanwhile, Behind Enemy Lines, here are the latest news updates.

Ray Rice On Fumbles: It Won’t Happen Again
Not usually a fumbler, Ray Rice put the ball on the turf twice Sunday versus the Colts

Eisenberg: Flacco's Deep Game An Edge Over Manning
For the Ravens to beat Denver, they will have to continue getting quick strikes downfield.

Peyton Manning More Man Or Computer?
Bernard Pollard called Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning 'The Macbook.'

Ravens Prepare For Short Week
The Ravens have a quick turnaround before traveling to Denver to face the Broncos

5 Ravens Changes From Last Denver Game
Baltimore isn’t the same team that lost to the Broncos by 17 points.

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