The Baltimore Ravens set up what could be another classic, a bruising third meeting with AFC North rival Pittsburgh when they beat the Kansas City Chiefs 30-7 in Sunday’s wild-card game. Baltimore and Pittsburgh finished tied atop the division at 12-4.
The Ravens completely shut down AFC West champion Kansas City’s passing game and forced five turnovers. They won’t be intimidated in the least by a trip to Heinz Field next Saturday.
“It’s going to be a lot of fun,” said Joe Flacco, who threw for two touchdowns. “This is going to be the second time in my career that we’ve played them three times in a season. And those games are always a lot of fun. We’re going to go up there and give it our best.”