The Baltimore Ravens blew out the Houston Texans and will now be heading to their first AFC Championship Game since 2013. It's the first time the Ravens will ever host the AFC title game. Who will that honor come against?
Well, the truth is that we don't know exactly who is coming to M&T Bank Stadium next week yet. The Ravens and Texans game was the first of four divisional round match-ups this weekend and the Ravens' opponent won't be determined until Sunday night when the Buffalo Bills host the Kansas City Chiefs. The winner of that game comes to Baltimore next weekend for the AFC Championship Game.
Who are the Ravens playing next week?
The Ravens will play either the Bills or the Chiefs with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line. The Bills are the better seed so they'll be hosting KC. They will look to get revenge on them for their loss in the divisional round a few years ago when the Chiefs tied it up with just 13 seconds to go and won in overtime.
If the Chiefs win, it'll be the first time we've seen the Ravens and Chiefs square off since the 2021 regular season when the Ravens won it 36-35. Before that, KC had won the previous four match-ups.
If the Bills win, it'll be the first time these two teams have met since the 2022 regular season when the Bills won 23-20. Buffalo has won the past two match-ups against the Ravens.
Whichever team comes to town is going to give the Ravens everything they've got and either match-up should be a fun one to watch.