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Ravens Enter Playoffs With 27-7 Win Over Jaguars

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    BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Ravens handled every challenge thrown their way in the regular season. Now they face the daunting task of playing all their postseason games on the road.

    The Ravens will face Miami in the first round of the playoffs. Sunday's game in Florida will be a rematch of an October game that Baltimore won.
    But "it's a new season," Ravens safety Ed Reed said. Both teams have changed since they last faced each other, he said.
    The Ravens are the low seed in the AFC, but they've won nine of 11 and will be riding momentum into the postseason.
    Coach John Harbaugh said his team has an opportunity to prove they're the best team in the NFL.