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The Ravens could move up to the No. 5 seed in the AFC with a win at Houston on Monday night.

A victory would improve the Ravens' record to 9-4, the same mark as the New York Jets. But the Ravens hold the tiebreaker over the Jets as a result of their season-opening 10-9 win at New York.

When the playoffs begin, the No. 5 seed plays at the No. 4 seed while the No. 6 seed travels to the No. 3 seed.

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At this point, with three weeks left in the regular season, Kansas City (8-5) is the third seed and Jacksonville (8-5) is the fourth. The Chiefs hold a one-game advantage over the San Diego Chargers (7-6) in the AFC West. The Jaguars lead the Indianapolis Colts (7-6) by one game in the AFC South.

Knowing the Ravens' history, they probably want to avoid playing the Colts in the playoffs.

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