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By RAY FRAGER | September 15, 2006
Let us go then, you and I Where the football is spread out over the tube Like a plate of nachos on the coffee table ... On the air men come and go Speaking all about T.O. Yes, the return of the NFL is enough to inspire the poet in all of us. As I apologize to lovers of T.S. Eliot for what I just did to The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, let's take a look back at the first weekend: If the Ravens build on the promise they showed in their opener, we...
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By Jeff Zrebiec | September 28, 2012
Safety Ed Reed was fined $21,000 for his hit on New England Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch in the third quarter of the Ravens' 31-30 victory last Sunday night at M&T Bank Stadium. Reed was ruled to have "struck a defenseless player in the head and neck area. " Branch dropped the ball, but Reed was given a 15-yard personal foul on the play. Reed and Branch also slapped hands and the Patriots' wide receiver stayed in the game. That was one of several big hits for Reed in the game, including one on Julian Edelman that saved a potential touchdown.
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By David Steele | February 7, 2005
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - They did it again. The Patriots got away with another one, made it look hard, made you want to say, "This is the dominant team of our time?" Hey, dominate somebody if you're so great. Or, not. They hadn't done it that way in the previous two Super Bowls. Adam Vinatieri's late field goals helped the Patriots win their previous two Super Bowls, and that fact is practically an afterthought with this team. Almost without exception, the Patriots do just enough to win, especially the last game.
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By Bill Burt, The Eagle-Tribune | October 18, 2010
About halfway through the third quarter, my eyes confirmed what my ears have been hearing for much of this early 2010 season -- the Baltimore Ravens are No. 1. They not only made the New England Patriots' defense look pedestrian, which a lot of us expected, but they also made Tom Brady look rather ordinary, by NFL standards. Leading 20-10 heading into the fourth quarter, your Ravens appeared to have everything in place to finally make a run at the Lombardi Trophy, including the quarterback, the running game and, especially, the defense.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | February 7, 2005
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Deion Branch's last catch, the one that tied him with two others for most receptions in a Super Bowl, was his masterpiece. It also, for all intents and purposes, propelled the New England Patriots to their third title in the past four years. "We're just so happy right now," Branch said. Branch went over cornerback Sheldon Brown to haul in a 19-yard pass from Tom Brady on a second-and-13 in the fourth quarter of the Patriots' 24-21 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
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By Bill Burt, The Eagle-Tribune | October 18, 2010
About halfway through the third quarter, my eyes confirmed what my ears have been hearing for much of this early 2010 season -- the Baltimore Ravens are No. 1. They not only made the New England Patriots' defense look pedestrian, which a lot of us expected, but they also made Tom Brady look rather ordinary, by NFL standards. Leading 20-10 heading into the fourth quarter, your Ravens appeared to have everything in place to finally make a run at the Lombardi Trophy, including the quarterback, the running game and, especially, the defense.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2010
Don't look now, but the lofty ranking the Ravens' pass defense enjoyed two weeks ago might be a distant memory. For the second consecutive week, the unit showed cracks in its coverage, allowing an opposing quarterback to march his offense to yards and points. And unlike Oct. 10, the rest of the defense could not lift the team to victory as the Ravens absorbed a 23-20 loss in overtime to the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. With quarterbacks Kyle Orton of the Denver Broncos and Tom Brady of the Patriots throwing for a combined 606 yards and three touchdowns, the unit is likely to fall from its No.2 ranking in the NFL after this weekend.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | September 28, 2012
Safety Ed Reed was fined $21,000 for his hit on New England Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch in the third quarter of the Ravens' 31-30 victory last Sunday night at M&T Bank Stadium. Reed was ruled to have "struck a defenseless player in the head and neck area. " Branch dropped the ball, but Reed was given a 15-yard personal foul on the play. Reed and Branch also slapped hands and the Patriots' wide receiver stayed in the game. That was one of several big hits for Reed in the game, including one on Julian Edelman that saved a potential touchdown.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2010
Don't look now, but the lofty ranking the Ravens' pass defense enjoyed two weeks ago might be a distant memory. For the second consecutive week, the unit showed cracks in its coverage, allowing an opposing quarterback to march his offense to yards and points. And unlike Oct. 10, the rest of the defense could not lift the team to victory as the Ravens absorbed a 23-20 loss in overtime to the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. With quarterbacks Kyle Orton of the Denver Broncos and Tom Brady of the Patriots throwing for a combined 606 yards and three touchdowns, the unit is likely to fall from its No.2 ranking in the NFL after this weekend.
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By RAY FRAGER | September 15, 2006
Let us go then, you and I Where the football is spread out over the tube Like a plate of nachos on the coffee table ... On the air men come and go Speaking all about T.O. Yes, the return of the NFL is enough to inspire the poet in all of us. As I apologize to lovers of T.S. Eliot for what I just did to The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, let's take a look back at the first weekend: If the Ravens build on the promise they showed in their opener, we...
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By JAMISON HENSLEY and JAMISON HENSLEY,SUN STAFF | February 7, 2005
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - After a week in which the New England Patriots dodged questions about becoming a dynasty, they delivered their answer last night, one that placed an indelible mark on NFL history. In their signature workmanlike style - a balanced offense and an opportunistic defense - the Patriots outlasted the Philadelphia Eagles for a momentous 24-21 Super Bowl triumph last night at Alltel Stadium. The Patriots became only the second team in the NFL to capture three Super Bowl titles in four years, a run that established them as the first dominant team of the 21st century and the salary cap era. "We"ve never really self-pro claimed ourselves anything.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | February 7, 2005
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Deion Branch's last catch, the one that tied him with two others for most receptions in a Super Bowl, was his masterpiece. It also, for all intents and purposes, propelled the New England Patriots to their third title in the past four years. "We're just so happy right now," Branch said. Branch went over cornerback Sheldon Brown to haul in a 19-yard pass from Tom Brady on a second-and-13 in the fourth quarter of the Patriots' 24-21 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
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