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The Broncos are 4-0 against the spread in their last four games versus the AFC and 4-0 ATS in their last four games overall. They’re also 9-2 against the number in their last 11 Saturday games and 6-1 ATS in their last seven home playoff games. On the other side, the Ravens are 1-5 against the number in their last six Divisional Playoff games and 2-7 ATS in their last nine Saturday games.
LINE MOVES: Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers (-2.5, 44.5)
Most books have remained steady on the field-goal spread, not wanting to move off the key number. Some books are reporting one-sided money on the Packers but BetDSI.com is getting hit with late 49ers money from the sharps. According to their oddsmakers, San Francisco is outnumbers Green Bay at 3-to-1 in terms of action and bets placed.
Ravens' defense: It’s hard to gauge whether Lewis will have anything left for the Broncos after an emotional affair last week. Lewis was in on a team-high 13 tackles in the win over Indianapolis, and coach John Harbaugh put him in the backfield in the victory formation on the game’s last play. Lewis surely drew from an adrenaline rush in the game and will need to have another big game to slow down Peyton Manning and the high-octane Broncos, who were second in the NFL in scoring. Manning has beaten the Ravens nine straight times, but Baltimore is finally healthy with Lewis, Ed Reed and Terrell Suggs all back for the playoffs.