Prediction time: Texans at Ravens

September, 22, 2013
BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Ravens lead the all-time series with the Houston Texans, beating them in six of seven meetings (including playoffs). But a majority of the ESPN prognosticators believe the Texans will prevail in Baltimore on Sunday. Here are the official predictions (with their prediction record for the Ravens in parentheses):

Jamison Hensley (2-0), Ravens team reporter: Ravens, 24-21. While many are focused on Ed Reed's homecoming, the game will be decided by the fact the Ravens are playing at home. Quarterback Joe Flacco has won 17 of his past 19 starts at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium.

Tania Ganguli, Texans team reporter: Texans, 24-20
Eric Allen (2-0): Texans
Mike Golic (2-0): Ravens
Merril Hoge (2-0): Texans
Ron Jaworski (1-1): Ravens
KC Joyner (2-0): Texans
Chris Mortensen (1-1): Ravens
Adam Schefter (2-0): Texans
Mark Schlereth (2-0): Texans
Seth Wickersham (2-0): Ravens
Tom Jackson (1-1): Texans
Keyshawn Johnson (1-1): Texans
Mike Ditka (1-1): Texans
Cris Carter (2-0): Texans

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter



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