After the Ravens lost their second consecutive game last week and fell to 9-4, Baltimore coach John Harbaugh made the risky decision to fire long-time offensive coordinator Cam Cameron in the middle of the season.
The Ravens' offense has not lived up to expectations in 2012. Joe Flacco appears to have regressed slightly, which is a worrisome sign for a Baltimore team that needs its offense to make up for a defense that has been ravaged by injuries this season.
On the other sideline, the 10-3 Broncos have become a model of stability, as Peyton Manning has quieted any concerns about his recovery from off-season neck surgery by leading Denver on a eight-game winning streak and moving into the thick of the MVP race.
A win for Denver could put it in a position to win a bye through the first week of the playoffs, while Baltimore would go a long way towards wrapping up an AFC North title with a home victory over the surging Broncos.
Sunday, Dec. 16, 1 p.m. ET
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md.
Denver: KCNC 4
Baltimore: WJZ 13
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