The Indianapolis Colts will travel to their old stomping grounds in Week 16 to take on the Baltimore Ravens. In a series that dates back to 1996, the Colts are 10-4 overall against the team that would ultimately replace them in Baltimore. However, the Colts haven’t been quite as fortunate playing in their former home city in recent years.
At this point it doesn’t matter how it happens, as long as our team wins. That has to be the mindset of both Bill O’Brien and John Harbaugh, two coaches of two separate but equally flawed teams, in the midst of a playoff shuffle.
Cincinnati won the AFC North for the second time in three years last season, but lost in the Wild Card Round for the fifth straight season. The Bengals will try once again to get over that hump this season, but will face a stiff test from the Steelers and Ravens, which are hoping for better health after stumbling to 5-11 in 2015.