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Ravens vs. Lions 2013 NFL live stream and TV start time schedule

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The 2013 NFL live streaming and televised games for Week 15 will wrap up with Monday Night Football for sports fans to enjoy a game with major playoff implications. It will be the reigning Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens visiting the Detroit Lions at Ford Field, with both of these teams looking to get even closer to a playoff berth with a victory. The latest televised and live streaming NFL game will be featured on the ESPN networks for fans to watch Monday.

An ESPN.com report from Dec. 16 indicates that both teams are currently 7-6 and in the playoff hunt. Also of note is Baltimore's dismal road record, as they are 1-5 away from home. Meanwhile, Detroit has a 4-2 record on their home field with Cincinnati and Tampa Bay the only losses this season at home. The Lions, who have lost 3 of their last four games, will look for a big win tonight to keep pace with the division-leading Chicago Bears (8-6) and the Green Bay Packers who have a 7-6 record as well.

The Ravens have currently won three straight games and four of their last five, although there has only been one win over a playoff team in Cincinnati. Their away record doesn't bode well for them, but their momentum and motivation to keep winning may help quite a bit. The Ravens are currently second in the AFC North, trailing the 9-5 Bengals. To make things more interesting is the fact the final game of the season could be for the division lead as Baltimore will play at Cincinnati.

Odds makers have favored the Lions by 5 1/2 points at the start of the week, and Detroit has since risen as high as 6 1/2 point favorites. The over/under started out at just 46 1/2 points but has risen as high as 50 at several books. Weather won't be a factor tonight under the dome, and as of this report, there's no notable injuries listed.

Monday night's matchup featuring the Ravens vs. Lions has a scheduled start time of 8:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The game will be televised on cable or satellite providers through ESPN in both standard and hi-definition formats. Additionally, the game will be live streaming online thanks to WatchESPN, the broadband sports network. This service is a free courtesy extended by many cable or satellite companies to their customers. See more info here for how to watch tonight's game online.

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