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We didn't have AH in the first meeting. Now we have AH, but Gronk won't be playing. ugh
I love how everyone think's their teams get the shaft from the refs
I can dream, right?
IMO the game will be alot closer than the score indicates, but New England wins.
I think the Pats win a game like today if the Ravens dont get Ray Rice the ball more than they did in yesterdays game
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The Ravens are once again big time underdogs headed into the game as New England is favored by 8.
Either way, I've grown used to this team being both "disrespected" and overlooked throughout this post-season.
Oh well, it'll be a battle.
Actually, it'll be a war.
That's an awful big spread. I think it's closer. Ravens/Patriots always comes down to the wire. Ravens coming off of 6 quarters of football in Denver and making the trip to NE is a tall task though.
Should be a good game. Ravens Defense has to have a better showing then last week, if there Offense shows up like last week this could be a shoot out. No Gronk does hurt NE, I expect NE to win a close one but Im hoping Balt wins it
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Seems like a decent guy. Just said some stupid **** today, I guess.Ayanbadejo wrote for the Santa Cruz Sentinel his first couple of years in the NFL. He has advocated for the passage of the FIT Kids Act, federal legislation that would require school districts to report on students' physical activity and to give youngsters health and nutritional information. Ayanbedejo is married, has a daughter, Anaya Lee Ayanbadejo, born in August 2006 and a son, Amadeus Prime Ayanbadejo, born in April 2011.
Since 2009, Ayanbedejo has advocated for legalizing same-sex marriage. His advocacy rather suddenly became a cause célèbre in September 2012, after Maryland State Delegate Emmett C. Burns, Jr. wrote an August 29, 2012 letter to Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti, on official Maryland State letterhead, demanding that Bisciotti "take the necessary action ... to inhibit such expressions from your employee." Burns' letter went on to state that, "I know of no other NFL player who has done what Mr. Ayanbadejo is doing." Burns' letter was widely criticized, not least because of its obvious disregard for Ayanbadejo's right to free speech. According to The Washington Post, the Ravens acknowledged receiving the letter but had no further comment. Shortly after the Burns letter was delivered, Ayanbedejo publicly announced that he had no intention of remaining silent on an issue of conscience and public importance. Ayanbadejo has since said that he has received widespread support in the world of football. Among others, Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe wrote a scathing response to Burns, while the Ravens also publicly sided with Ayanbadejo.
Oh well. It's all just entertainment. Harmless stuff.
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