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Dungy says Ravens didn't want to play Colts

Former Indianapolis head coach Tony Dungy said the Ravens got their wish by avoiding the Colts in the first round of the playoffs.

The Ravens are playing at Kansas City on Sunday because the Chiefs lost and the Colts won. But the Ravens would have been headed to Indianapolis if the Colts hadn't barely escaped with a win over Tennessee.

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"John Harbaugh is happy," Dungy said on NBC's Football Night in America. "He's never going to say it. He's going to give you all the coach speak, 'It doesn't matter.' But they had lost eight times to Indianapolis. They're ecstatic that they're going to Kansas City."

Former San Diego Chargers and New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison wasn't impressed with the Chiefs' performance Sunday, which included a 31-10 loss to the Oakland Raiders that dropped them to the No. 4 seed.

"This is a young immature team that couldn't handle success," Harrison said. "They probably got caught up in reading all the press clippings. But you don't want to have doubts going into the playoffs, especially when you have to play against the Baltimore Ravens."

Both Dungy and Harrison picked the Ravens to win next Sunday's game.

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