QBs Lamar Jackson, Deshaun Watson Set To Star As Ravens Visit TexansBaltimore’s Lamar Jackson was torn when asked if he enjoys matchups such as Sunday’s against the Houston Texans and fellow talented and mobile quarterback Deshaun Watson.
Can The Ravens Roll Over The Texans Like They Did The Browns?The Baltimore Ravens look to duplicated their dominant win over the Cleveland Browns when they meet the Texans in Houston on Sunday.
Ravens Will Host Titans In AFC Divisional RoundThe Ravens now know their opponent for the AFC Divisional Round game set for Saturday, January 11, at M&T Bank Stadium.
Titans-Texans Preview: Tennessee Hopes To Secure Wild-Card SpotThe Tennessee Titans can secure the AFC's last wild-card spot with a win, while the Houston Texans could move up to the third seed.
Ravens Held Scoreless In Opening Quarter For First Time Since NovemberThe Ravens were shutout in the first quarter Sunday against the Browns. 
Texans-Titans Preview: AFC South Lead On The LineThe Texans and Titans are tied atop the AFC South lead with two matchups against each other in the final three games of the regular season.
Texans QB Deshaun Watson Calls Ravens' Lamar Jackson 'MVP' During Jersey SwapThe Houston Texans quarterback handed Jackson his jersey with a message written on it, "Always love, keep grinding and MVP." 
'I Just Play Ball' Ravens' Lamar Jackson Says Of Staying Humble Through The HypeLamar Jackson is posting MVP-type numbers this season, yet, he has remained humble through each game. 
Watson-Jackson Showcase Highlights Texans-Ravens MatchupDeshaun Watson and Lamar Jackson starred three years ago in one of the more meaningful and memorable games of that college football season.
Watson-Jackson Showcase Highlights Texans-Ravens MatchupDeshaun Watson and Lamar Jackson starred three years ago in one of the more meaningful and memorable games of that college football season. This weekend, the NFL gets to stage the show.
It’s Jackson Vs. Watson In Duel Between Ravens And TexansThe Baltimore Ravens and Houston Texans each have used a dual-threat quarterback and an opportunistic defense to become first-place teams in the AFC.