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It’s been three years since the Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos went head-to-head and it’s time for a look into their history. The most recent matchup (2015) Youth Michael Crabtree Jersey , featured Gary Kubiak coaching Peyton Manning after being the offensive coordinator for the Ravens only a season ago. It’s safe to say both teams have changed.Regular season: Denver leads 6-5Post-season: Baltimore leads 2-0John Harbaugh era: 2-3 / 1-02015The most recent matchup was a defensive slug-fest. Joe Flacco nor Manning threw for a touchdown; well, not to their own team anyways. Manning was intercepted by Jimmy Smith who took it to the house on an easy 26-yard score. Unfortunately, later on, Aqib Talib picked off Flacco for a 51-yard touchdown as he weaved through traffic. The Ravens did have a chance to win the game but a 3rd & 10 pass to the endzone was intercepted by former Raven Darian Stewart.This was the first of 12-straight one-score games the Ravens produced. While the Ravens 2015 season was ugly, it did have drama-filled fourth quarters.2013After the Ravens won the Super Bowl and cut/lost what felt like every single starter on the team, their Week 1 opponent became the Broncos at Mile High. Denver was out for blood after the defeat in the divisional round (read below). The Bronco offense was lethal, they called themselves the ‘Pick Your Poison’ offense due to the overwhelming offensive talent for Manning, including Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker, Wes Welker and Knowshon Moreno. At the half, Baltimore lead 17-14, but the scoring had only just begun. In the second half, Manning, after two passing touchdowns to new tight end Julius Thomas in the first half,completed one to Andre Caldwell, two more to Welker, and, finally Youth Tony Jefferson Jersey , two touchdowns to Thomas. Peyton tied the all-time record for most passing touchdowns in a game, with seven. The final score read 49-27.2012During the 2012 regular season, Baltimore hosted the Broncos in mid-December, hoping to eclipse double-digit wins. The Broncos had other ideas.A staunch Broncos roster racked up a 17-0 lead going into halftime, including a back-breaking 98-yard interception from Chris Harris Jr. with only 15 seconds left in the half.In the end, the Broncos doubled their total to 34 points and Baltimore finished with 17, including two long touchdown receptions from Dennis Pitta of 31- and 61-yards.Divisional RoundAfter the Colts and new NFL golden child Andrew Luck received a throttling in the Wildcard round, Ray Lewis and the Ravens headed to Mile High stadium. This was a true underdog game for Baltimore; Denver was favored by -9.5 points. At the time, Manning was a top candidate for the MVP award with 37 touchdowns in the regular season, though Adrian Peterson stole the show with his incredible one-man effort in dragging the Vikings to the playoffs on a 2,000-yard rushing season.The game was highly-regarded as the best game of 2012. At kickoff, the weather started at only 13 degrees Fahrenheit.The game itself featured both a punt and kick return touchdown, a defensive touchdown, multiple touchdown passes, turnovers, sacks and greatness. There never was a lead greater than seven points.Fourth quarterWith only seven minutes left in the game, Manning capped an 11-play drive with a play-action quick-screen pass to Demaryius Thomas, who broke an Ed Reed tackle on his run for a 17-yard touchdown. Flacco answered with an eight-play drive of his own Cheap Ronnie Stanley Jersey , but the team failed to convert a 4th & 5 at the Broncos’ 31-yard line. Afterwards, the Broncos stalled before crossing midfield, punted and pinned the Ravens at their own 23-yard line with only a 1:09 left in the game.On first down, Flacco’s pass fell incomplete to Dennis Pitta. Second down featured a short run by the quarterback for a gain of seven.On third down, Joe Flacco completed the greatest pass in Ravens’ history. The play-by-play reads, The play shocked the world. Fans across the league, be it Ravens, Broncos or otherwise, couldn’t believe the result. There’s even Broncos fan footage with disbelief (Warning: NSFW language).It became known as the “Mile High Miracle.”Broncos head coach John Fox, with his Hall of Fame quarterback, 31 seconds left and two timeouts in hand, opted to kneel and send this game to overtime.After nearly an entire overtime period, Manning was flushed from the pocket and threw across his body to Brandon Stokley, but Corey Graham cut the route and intercepted the pass.Five plays later, undrafted free agent kicker Justin Tucker completes a 47-yard field goal attempt, winning the game for the underdogs.But I digress, both teams changed tremendously over these past years. This is not the same matchup as before. That being said, the stakes are still large. The end result will display the Ravens with a record of 2-1 or 1-2. Or  , as ties have occurred in each of the first two weeks, we could see 1-1-1. Who knows at this point?AFC North preview: Week 2 Week 1 of the 2018 NFL season is in the books. With it came a dominant 47-3 win over the Bills for the Ravens, a 34-23 win against the Colts for the Bengals and a 21-21 tie between the Steelers and Browns. Now, to look ahead for the AFC North in Week 2.Baltimore RavensBaltimore faces a short week of preparation for a road game against Cincinnati on Thursday Night Football. Both teams are 1-0 after and will look to take the lead in the division with a win. The last meeting between these teams didn’t end well for the Ravens as the Bengals eliminated them from the playoffs with a last minute 49-yard touchdown from Andy Dalton to Tyler Boyd.Baltimore’s offensive line will be tested heavily against Cincinnati’s stout defensive line. Geno Atkins, Carlos Dunlap and Carl Lawson will present a big challenge for the Ravens. Center Matt Skura and right tackle James Hurst will have to step up to the challenge to give Baltimore a fighting chance. Running back Alex Collins should receive a heavier workload this week after the pass-heavy game plan the Ravens started with last week. Quarterback Joe Flacco has struggled against the Bengals throughout his career, especially at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. Hopefully, the new receiver trio can turn things around.The Bengals have several offensive weapons to attack Baltimore with. Wide receivers A.J. Green and John Ross, tight end Tyler Eifert and running back Joe Mixon all present different challenges for the Ravens defense. It is pivotal that Baltimore’s pass rush, led by Terrell Suggs, gets to Andy Dalton and forces him to turn the ball over.Cincinnati BengalsCincinnati will host Baltimore in their home opener this Thursday. The Bengals are fresh off of a 34-23 road win over Indianapolis. Cincinnati looks to bring the Ravens back down to earth after their 47-3 win over Buffalo. The Bengals have had success at home against Baltimore, with a record of 10-3 during Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh’s tenure. Cincinnati has consistently been able to pressure Flacco and force him to turn the ball over. That will need to continue Thursday for the Bengals to win the game and take the lead in the AFC North.A.J. Green has had several game-winning moments against the Ravens but has failed to garner much success the past two seasons. Second-year receiver John Ross should be better this season, which should help draw attention away from Green, especially given Ross’ rare 4.22 speed. Tight end Tyler Eifert is healthy again and should make his mark in the passing game against a Baltimore defense that struggled the cover tight ends a year ago. Second-year running back Joe Mixon will also need to have a big game for Cincinnati’s pass attack to come alive against the Ravens loaded secondary.Atkins and Dunlap must take advantage of Baltimore’s unproven offensive line and pressure Flacco into making mistakes. Quarterback Andy Dalton will have to be smart with the football as well against the Ravens ball-hawking defense. Pittsburgh SteelersPittsburgh will host Kansas City on Sunday. The Chiefs are coming off an impressive 38-28 win against the Chargers. Second-year quarterback Patrick Mahomes looked the part in his first game as a starter, throwing for 256 yards and four touchdowns. The Steelers defense will have to limit an explosive Kansas City offense featuring the speedy Tyreek Hill, who scored two touchdowns against the Chargers. Between Hill, Sammy Watkins, Travis Kelce and Kareem Hunt, Pittsburgh’s defense will have its hands full.Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger started the season off on a bad note Brent Urban Jersey , throwing three interceptions and fumbling twice against Cleveland. Roethlisberger has typically played much better at home, however, so a rebound game could be in store for the veteran quarterback. Roethlisberger now faces a less talented Chiefs defense, who is still without star safety Eric Berry. The Steelers offensive line must protect Roethlisberger better as well; the unit allowed four sacks against the Browns. Protecting the football is the key to victory for Pittsburgh, however. This game could turn into an offensive shootout very fast, and while the Steelers certainly have the firepower on offense to keep up, everything will fall on the performance of Roethlisberger.Cleveland BrownsCleveland failed to capitalize off of the six turnovers they forced against Pittsburgh in a 21-21 tie last Sunday. The Browns seemingly much-improved defense will now face Drew Brees and the high-powered Saints offense in New Orleans on Sunday. The Saints defense allowed 48 points to the Ryan Fitzpatrick led Buccaneers, but will Tyrod Taylor be able to find similar success? Defensive end Myles Garrett had a big game against the Steelers, totaling six tackles, two sacks and a pass deflection. Garrett will need to show up again for Cleveland to have a shot at beating Brees. Despite losing the game last week, Brees still threw for 439 yards and three touchdowns. Brown’s rookie cornerback Denzel Ward had two interceptions in his debut, so he will be paramount to stopping Brees’ passing attack. Taylor will have to perform better as well. Against the Steelers, Taylor only threw for 197 yards, one touchdown and one interception. The worst stat was his 15/40 completions, however. Taylor was also sacked seven times, so the offensive line must step up and perform better in order for Taylor to do the same. Cleveland may have snapped their losing streak by tying on Sunday, but they have yet to record a single win since the 2016 season.