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It’s official, the Baltimore Ravens will host the Houston Texans in the Divisional Round of the AFC Playoffs. The game will be played at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday, January 15 at 1:00 pm. The winner of the Ravens vs. Texans game will move on to the AFC Championship Game the following week, where they will be one win away from advancing to Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. First comes this weekend’s showdown.

Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans Playoff Tickets

The Ravens were kings of the AFC North Division, finishing the regular season with a 12-4 record. That earned them a #2 seed and a first-round bye in the AFC Playoffs. The Texans, meanwhile, were making their first ever playoff appearance. They represented well, beating the Cincinnati Bengals 31-10 in Saturday’s Wild Card Game. The crowd in Houston at Reliant Stadium was raucous during the victory over the Bengals, but it will be interesting to see if the fan base travels in droves all the way up to Baltimore, or if we’re destined to see a few lonely Texans surrounded by a screaming sea of purple and black.

Houston and Baltimore met earlier this year (at M&T Bank) and the Ravens won 29-14. The game was a lot closer than the final indicated though; the score was 16-14 entering the final quarter before the Ravens asserted their will on defense and shut-down the potent Texans rushing attack. Matt Schaub is no longer quarterbacking for Houston, but Andre Johnson, who missed the first meeting with a hamstring tear, will be back on the field and fully healthy. He alone could make up the 13 point spread that separated the two in the first meeting.

No matter which team you root for, it’s going to cost you at least two bills to get into the Ravens vs. Texans game. A look at the secondary ticket market reveals prices in the upper-deck between $200 and $250, and lower-level seats starting around $275. Now, the prices on the secondary market are subject to fluctuations and will undoubtedly change throughout the week and into next weekend. Sometimes prices will go down, but considering how enthusiastic Ravens fans are about this year’s team, demand for Baltimore vs. Houston Playoff Tickets figures to only go up the closer to game day we get.


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