Ravens' Roll in Lewis' Home Finale

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BALTIMORE — Ray Lewis let a golden opportunity slip through his arms, but his Baltimore Ravens clinched a trip to the second round of the NFL playoffs just the same.

 24-9 victory against the visiting Indianapolis Colts ensures at least one more stop on the postseason farewell tour of Lewis, the middle linebacker who announced his plans to retire four days before the playoff opener and 11 weeks after surgery to repair a torn triceps.

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