Chiefs receivers vs. Ravens cornerbacks
As much as both of these teams make their money pounding the ball on the ground and playing defense, rest assured Matt Cassel will test a hurting Ravens secondary through the air. Cassel quietly has had a very good season passing (27 TDs vs. 7 ints.). Wideout Dwayne Bowe (72 catches, 15 TDs) had a career year to lead Chiefs wideouts. The possibilities indeed are intriguing through the air for Kansas City. Starting Ravens corner Josh Wilson's status remains uncertain for the wild-card playoff after he suffered a shoulder stinger. He would be replaced by Fabian Washington, who was benched in November. Safety Ed Reed, who could cover talented Chiefs tight end Tony Moeaki, also was injured (ribs) in the Ravens' regular-season finale.