AFC Divisional Playoffs, Texans Vs. Ravens: Houston Looks Win The Rematch

The Houston Texans and the Baltimore Ravens will meet on Sunday in the AFC Divisional Round of the 2012 NFL playoffs. The two teams are familiar with each other however, as they've matched up previously already this season. In the first match up, the Ravens were able to take out the Texans 29-14 and limit running back Arian Foster to just 43 yards on the ground. The Texans also had Matt Schaub at quarterback in the game, whereas they'll have rookie T.J. Yates under center.

The Ravens defense held the Texans to just a touchdown in each half and it was enough to give their offense more than enough chances to put points on the board. The Texans defense were able to hold them in check for the first half, but the Ravens poured on 15 points in the second half in the victory. Quarterback Joe Flacco threw for over 300 yards, but he didn't throw for a touchdown and was picked off.

Houston looks to get revenge in the rematch and they will try to do it on the road once again. The Ravens however are 8-0 in M&T Bank Stadium this season, so it won't be easy.

For more on the Ravens, check out SB Nation's Baltimore Beatdown and for more on the Texans check out Battle Red Blog. Here's a look at the complete2012 NFL playoffs schedule.

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