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  • Baltimore Ravens

    11 23.91%
  • New England Patriots

    35 76.09%
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  1. #31
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    They match up well against us it'll be a tough game.

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    Well, they did beat the Patriots this season. It is not unreasonable to believe they could do it again.

    They have some nice offensive weapons in Rice, Smith, Boldin, etc. Flacco can surely make his fair share of mistakes. I respect their defense.

    I believe the Patriots will win.
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    Hahlaylewya, I thought I was the only person really worried about the Ravens.


    This is why I tend to lurk rather than participate in "discussions"

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    AFCCG: Ravens vs. Patriots- Have you ever had Déjà, Déjà , Déjà, Déjà vu?

    Why are none of the pats healing from there injuies? Put these guys in hyperbaric chambers like TO , it worked for him.

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    Yes sure, but I like our position. Im not as worried about Ray Lewis as I am Suggs/ Ed Reed. Pats must stop the run (ray Rice), and avoid 3rd long, start faster.

    Make Ravens play from behind.

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    Is anyone else here a little worried about Baltimore?

    Agreed we cant start off slow like we have habitual done this year, for example 49ers game, we need to come out no huddle spread the field, everytime we went no huddle against the texans we scored, whenever we huddle up we looked sloppy

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    Quote Originally Posted by PATSfaninPHL View Post
    In the same time span I'd say we handled them Broncos pretty well.

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    10/07/2012	New England Patriots 31, Denver Broncos 21	68,756
    01/14/2012	New England Patriots 45, Denver Broncos 10 (AFC Divisional Playoff Game)	68,756
    12/18/2011	New England Patriots 41, Denver Broncos 23	76,556
    10/11/2009	Denver Broncos 20, New England Patriots 17, OT	76,011
    10/20/2008	New England Patriots 41, Denver Broncos 7
    No games in 07, however you gotta go back to 06 and 05 to be in a time where the Broncos gave us trouble.

    Now this is also the first year they've had Manning, but I'm alot more comfortable with what woulda been a shootout with the Broncos than a grimey game against the Ravens.
    Yeah but are record at the Mile High isn't that good tho.
    where 2-4 in that last 6 vistis in the Mile High

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    2009 Loss Broncos 20, Pats 17
    2006 Loss Broncos 27 Pats 13
    2005 Loss Broncos 28 Pats 20
    2003 Win Pats 30 Broncos 26
    2001 Loss Broncos 31 Pats 20
    If the Broncos had won i'd be'd worried to Face them at their place
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    No. Not worried. At all. Except injuries.

    They have played more plays than any D in two consecutive weeks in NFL history I heard. They are on the road. Ngata is hurt, the other 3 past aces (Suggs, Reed, Lewis) on the D are all aging. The LB corps is incredibly unathletic in particular with Lewis on the field. Once TB figures out the D assignments he'll just find the guys that are isolated on LB's and ring them up like a pinball machine.

    This time the Pats DE's will create some holding calls unlike the last game when the Ravens held and tackled our rushers from behind to keep Flacco upright. Our D against the pass is much better than last time. They have a good TE, but Flacco will not win the game for them. Rice would have to have a 200+ yards combined game for something like that to happen, and I don't see it.

    38-24 (late TD for the Ravens)


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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyBrave View Post
    Why are none of the pats healing from there injuies? Put these guys in hyperbaric chambers like TO , it worked for him.
    All things considered we're pretty healthy.

    Gronk re-injuring a broken arm probably has nothing to do with hyperbaric chambers or really anything. He just fell on it, it still was weak, and boom.

    I can't say the same for Jones...who knows in regards to that.


    Those two injuries suck, but we're still pretty healthy overall. Luckily we've spent a lot of this season without Gronk so we're not jumping into uncharted territory.

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    We got hooman,
    But we need jones :/

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    i think jones will be ready
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    People forget that our defense has become alot more aggressive since we last played them. I personally would love to have Talib matched up on Smith all game and Dennard on Boldin. if we can man up well enough I can see us connecting on some blitz's to force Flacco into some mistakes.

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    I kind of want Talib on Boldin since he is their real center piece of the passing game. Let Dennard cover Smith with saftey help. Just my thoughts anyway!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynasty7961 View Post
    I kind of want Talib on Boldin since he is their real center piece of the passing game. Let Dennard cover Smith with saftey help. Just my thoughts anyway!
    I see you're point. But I prefer to have Talib on Smith because he has better ball skills and that will help on the deep throws, and he can get physical with Smith and throw him off. But I dont really mind who is on who, as long as McCourty is patrolling the deep field.

    Has anyone noticed the great improvement Gregory has made since being paired with DMC? He is a great tackler in space and does a decent job against TEs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a4anthony View Post
    I see you're point. But I prefer to have Talib on Smith because he has better ball skills and that will help on the deep throws, and he can get physical with Smith and throw him off. But I dont really mind who is on who, as long as McCourty is patrolling the deep field.

    Has anyone noticed the great improvement Gregory has made since being paired with DMC? He is a great tackler in space and does a decent job against TEs.
    I agree! And Gregory has been better. I'm pretty excited for this weekend, confident but nervous like always
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