Ravens 28, Texans 24: Not only does this game boast major playoff implications, with both teams fighting for a first-round bye, but it might play a role in who wins MVP. Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson are two of the league’s most exciting quarterbacks, and if this game can live up to the pair’s last meeting — an epic 42-36 win by No. 5 Clemson over No. 3 Louisville in Death Valley in 2016 in which Watson threw five touchdown passes and Jackson ran for 162 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 295 — Baltimore fans are in for a treat. This time, it’s Jackson’s team that has the better defense, and that’ll be the difference Sunday.