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The Baltimore Ravens are on a two-game slide thanks to game-winning field goals, and they'll look to snap the Denver Broncos' eight-game winning streak.
The Denver Broncos moved ahead of the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens for the second-best record in the AFC thanks to a win against the Oakland Raiders. Now, the Broncos head to Baltimore to face the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday.
The Ravens (9-4) have a two-game lead on the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC North despite their current two-game slide. Losses to the Steelers two weeks ago and to the Washington Redskins on Sunday came by way of a field goal at the end of regulation and a field goal in overtime, respectively.
Baltimore has played in four games in a row that have been decided by a field goal.
Meanwhile, the Broncos (10-3) are only getting better as the season progresses. After a 2-3 start to the year, Denver has won eight in a row, and the closest game during that stretch was a 30-23 win against the San Diego Chargers on Nov. 18.
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