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Colts at Ravens

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS



OPENING LINE — Ravens by 6 1/2



2012 RECORD VS. SPREAD — Indianapolis 9-6-1; Baltimore 6-10



SERIES RECORD — Colts lead 9-3




LAST MEETING — Ravens beat Colts 24-10 on Dec. 11, 2010



LAST WEEK — Colts beat Texans 28-16; Ravens lost to Bengals 23-17




STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES — Colts left Baltimore in 1984 and are 4-3 in their former home. That includes 15-6 win in January 2007 playoff game. ... Game marks return of Indianapolis coach Chuck Pagano, who spent four seasons with Ravens, 2011 as defensive coordinator. ... Colts DE Cory Redding played for Ravens from 2010-11. ... Indianapolis has won 5 of 6 and 9 of 11. Baltimore has dropped 4 of 5. ... Colts are 19-20 all-time in postseason, Ravens are 10-7. ... Twenty-eight members of Colts will be making first playoff appearance. Baltimore, on other hand, will be participating in postseason for NFL-high fifth straight time. ... Indianapolis followed Miami as second team in NFL history to win 10 or more games following 14-loss season. ... This is Colts' 10th playoff appearance in last 11 seasons. ... Colts went 9-1 in games decided by seven points or fewer. ... QB Andrew Luck led Colts on seven winning drives in fourth quarter or overtime, most by NFL rookie since 1970 merger. His six 300-yard passing games are most by rookie in NFL history. ... Indy WR Reggie Wayne has at least one catch in 112 straight games. ... PK Adam Vinatieri has scored in 146 consecutive games. ... Luck is first QB selected No. 1 overall to start a postseason game as rookie. . Colts RB Vick Ballard ranked second among AFC rookies with 814 yards rushing. ... Indy WR T.Y. Hilton has 861 yards receiving, second most among NFL rookies. ... Ravens are 2-2 at home in postseason. ... Could be final home game for Ravens LB Ray Lewis, who will retire after Baltimore's 2013 postseason run. ... Baltimore's Joe Flacco is first QB to start postseason game in each of his first five seasons during Super Bowl era. He is 5-4 in playoffs. ... RB Ray Rice amassed 127 yards in offense in 2010 playoff loss in Indianapolis. ... Baltimore has 21-3 record at home over past three seasons, including 6-2 in 2012. ... S Ed Reed and CB Cary Williams are only two defensive players to start all 16 games for Baltimore.




Seahawks at Redskins

Sunday, 4:30 p.m. ET, Fox



OPENING LINE — Seahawks by 1 1/2



RECORD VS. SPREAD — Seattle 11-5; Washington 11-5



SERIES RECORD — Redskins lead 11-6




LAST MEETING — Redskins beat Seahawks 23-17, Nov. 27 2011



LAST WEEK — Seahawks beat Rams 20-13; Redskins beat Cowboys 28-18




STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES — Teams meeting for third time in playoffs, with Seattle winning at home 20-10 in January 2006, and 35-14 in January 2008. Those were last two postseason games played by Washington. ... Redskins are NFC East champions and No. 4 seed, while Seahawks are seeded No. 5 as wild card from NFC West. ... Seattle has won five straight, outscoring opponents 193-60. Washington has NFC-best seven-game winning streak, outscoring teams 210-140, and is first team since Jaguars in 1996 to reach playoffs after starting 3-6. ... Seahawks are in playoffs for seventh time in 10 seasons, while Washington is in postseason for just fourth time in 20 years. ... Seahawks have lost eight straight road playoff games. Their only road playoff win came in first postseason road game, Dec. 31, 1983 at Miami. Streak is second longest in NFL behind Detroit. ... This will be second playoff game in NFL history with two starting rookie QBs, Seattle's Russell Wilson vs. Washington's Robert Griffin III. Last year, T.J. Yates led Texans to 31-10 victory over Andy Dalton and Bengals. ... Griffin (102.4) and Wilson (100) had best single-season rookie passer ratings in NFL history. Wilson's rating was also the best overall in Seahawks history, bettering Matt Hasselbeck's 98.2 in 2005 when Seattle reached Super Bowl. ... Wilson threw 26 TD passes, tying Peyton Manning's NFL rookie record set in 1998. He was first rookie QB in league history to win all eight home games. Griffin set league mark for yards rushing by rookie QB (815) and is only player in NFL history to rush for 750-plus yards and have passer rating of 100 or better. ... Game also features two of league's top three rushers: Washington rookie Alfred Morris finished second with franchise-record 1,613 yards. Seattle's Marshawn Lynch ranked third with career-high 1,590 yards. ... Lynch's total was third in team history behind Shaun Alexander in 2005 (1,880) and 2004 (1,696).



Today's Schedule


Indianapolis Colts


at Baltimore Ravens


1 p.m., CBS


 



Seattle Seahawks


at Washington Redskins


4:30 p.m., FOX





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