There is still a four-way tie atop the AFC, with the Ravens, Patriots, Texans and
But if the Ravens somehow slip up down the stretch -- a pair of tricky road games remain -- and fall behind the Steelers in the
Inspired by the play of second-year quarterback
Tebow has been the main subplot of Denver’s remarkable turnaround, but a smothering secondary, a fierce pass rush and a rejuvenated
And if you haven't yet caught a glimpse of Tebow's late-game magic, you really are missing out. It's crazy.
There is, however, a chance Ravens fans might experience it firsthand if the Ravens aren't able to win out.
If the Steelers win the division and the Ravens settle for a wild-card spot again, they would more than likely have to travel to Denver to take on Tebow and the Broncos in the first round of the playoffs. Is that a scary thought?
(And I mean them playing the Broncos on the road, not the prospect of making the playoffs as a wild card.)
Logic says that the frenetic, ferocious Ravens defense would smother Tebow and the Broncos’ running game and that the Ravens offense would have success running the ball with