The 2009-2010 Indianapolis Colts are ready for their first playoff test against the Baltimore Ravens this Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium as part of the AFC Divisional round. Coach Jim Caldwell and crew will be able to see if their exit strategy was well worth it following their 14-0 campaign to start. “The ultimate goal is to get to the Super Bowl and win,” said DE Raheem Brock. “16-0 sounds great, but I don’t really care what the record is because no one remembers that. Unless, of course, you’re 16-0.”
Although the Ravens were successful last week against the former 3X Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots, they certainly realize what’s left to accomplish in order for them to advance to the Super Bowl. “We got the two best quarterbacks in the game back to back,” said linebacker Terrell Suggs. “We definitely have to bring our ‘A’ game.”
The Colts have shown better offensively this season, averaging 26 points per game to Baltimore’s 24.4. The Ravens defense held up better in 2009, allowing 40 less yards per game. Colts vs. Ravens tickets are now available!