Sunday was supposed to be a day where the AFC North dominated the NFL. Beginning the day, the Ravens were taking on the NFL leading Indianapolis Colts. Even though the Colts were undefeated heading into the game, the Ravens, with their dominating defense, were still one and a half point favorites to win the game. The Steelers were traveling to Kansas City, in a game where they were supposed to dominate the lowly Chiefs. Meanwhile, the Browns played a Lions team that has won only one game in the last season and a half. Finally, the division leading Bengals visited the Oakland Raiders, who just benched their franchise quarterback in favor of a former fifth round pick. The Ravens took the Colts to the limit. Indianapolis, with a two point lead, had to punt to the ever dangerous Ed Reed. Inste ...
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