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Only one scenario remains for Ravens to clinch playoff spot in Week 16

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Jim Harbaugh is likely on his way out as the head coach in San Francisco, and his team was unable to put his older brother and the Ravens in position to potentially clinch a playoff spot on Sunday afternoon.
With the 49ers’ overtime loss to the San Diego Chargers, the Ravens can only clinch an AFC wild-card berth with a win over the Houston Texans and losses by Pittsburgh to Kansas City and Cincinnati to Denver. Such a scenario would not only guarantee the Ravens no worse than a wild-card spot, but it would land Baltimore in first place in the AFC North entering Week 17.
The Ravens can win the division by running the table and Pittsburgh and Cincinnati each losing at least one more game. The Bengals host the Broncos on Monday night before traveling to Heinz Field to take on the Steelers in Week 17.
Of course, John Harbaugh and the Ravens are guaranteed a playoff berth if they win their final two games against Houston and Cleveland.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Luke-
    Now that the Bolts are sitting in the #6 seed after winning Saturday Night over the 49ers in OT and the Ravens losing at Houston on Sunday, what about this scenario???…. IF Broncos defeat Bungles on MNF tomorrow night, and Stillers defeat Bungles next Sunday at Heinz Ketchup bottle then Cincy is 9-6-1….IF Ravens go 10-6 with win over Brownies does that get us in playoffs even if SD Bolts defeat KC Chiefs???
    FRANCHISE

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