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Baltimore Ravens vs Detroit Lions: NFL Monday Night Football 2013 Preview, TV & Live Stream Schedule

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The Baltimore Ravens (7-6) travel to the Motor City for Monday Night Footballfighting for their playoff lives, to take on the Detroit Lions (7-6), who are looking to stave off both the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers for the NFC North division lead.

The Ravens, the current defending Super Bowl champions, are hanging on to the last AFC playoff spot, holding the tiebreaker over the Miami Dolphins after their Week 5 win in South Beach while trying to hold off the San Diego Chargers, nipping at their heels as San Diego makes a late push for the second conference wild-card slot.

The Ravens have won three-straight games and four out of the last five games, including defeating the Minnesota Vikings last week, in a crazy game in which Ravens QB Joe Flacco found WR Marlon Brown for a nine-yard pass with four seconds left on the clock to cap off a wild ending to their 29-26 victory. Flacco passed for 245 yards on 28-of-50 attempts, throwing for three touchdowns but three interceptions, as well, in last week's game against the Vikings.

The Ravens hope to have their leading team sack leader, LB Elvis Dumervil, who missed last week's game against Minnesota due to an ankle injury.

"We're starting to get healthier. We're starting to put it together as a team," said Flacco. "We just need to start putting it together for a full 60 minutes and see where it takes us."

The Lions, looking for their first division title since 1993, will keep their lead in the NFC North with a win over Ravens on Monday, holding the tiebreaker over the Chicago Bears and currently half a game ahead of the Green Bay Packers, with two weeks left in the season.

The Lions have failed to take advantage of Chicago QB Jay Cutler's or Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers' injuries, losing three out of their last four games, including last week's 34-20 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, which saw them gave up 28 points in the final 15 minutes of the game, with Lions QB Matthew Stafford held to 10-of-25 passes for 148 yards and no touchdowns.

"We have two straight home games and we have to go get them," said Lions CB Chris Houston. "We can't get down on ourselves. We are still in a good position in our division. I think we like when our backs are against the wall."

Live Television Coverage
The Baltimore Ravens - Detroit Lions Week 15 Monday Night Football game can be seen on ESPN with coverage beginning 8:30 p.m. EST.

Live Stream (online)
Live stream coverage can be seen on NFL RedZone.

Live Stream (audio)
Live stream coverage can be heard on NFL Audio Pass and Sirius XM Radio.

Live Score
Live score could be followed by clicking here.

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