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New England Patriots - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New England Patriots - INSIDE SLANT The New England Patriots' defense, like their offense, battled injury and inconsistent performances all season even as the team was able to churn out 11 wins and a fifth straight AFC East title.

Baltimore Ravens - PlayerWatch

OLB Elvis Dumervil played in his second game in a row after a bruised, sprained ankle. MLB Daryl Smith had 11 tackles and split a sack, and has five sacks for the season. WR Torrey Smith caught three passes for 69 yards, but was targeted eight times. DL Arthur Jones suffered a concussion. CB Jimmy Smith was flagged for a 34-yard defensive pass interference penalty leading to the Patriots' first touchdown.

New England Patriots - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New England Patriots - INSIDE SLANT The New England Patriots' defense, like their offense, battled injury and inconsistent performances all season even as the team was able to churn out 11 wins and a fifth straight AFC East title.

Patriots 41, Ravens 7

Patriots 41, Ravens 7: Tom Brady passed for 172 yards and a touchdown, LeGarrette Blount rushed for two scores and the New England defense harassed Baltimore's quarterbacks from start to finish in a comfortable road victory in a rematch of the last two AFC Championship Games.

Preview: Patriots at Ravens

The New England Patriots have no shortage of rivals across the NFL, but the Baltimore Ravens are beginning to emerge as one of their primary enemies. After meeting in the AFC Championship Game each of the last two seasons, the red-hot Ravens host the Patriots on Sunday afternoon in a game with major playoff implications for both teams. New England and Baltimore have split six meetings since John Harbaugh became Ravens coach in 2008, but Baltimore got the last laugh back in January, posting a 28-13 victory over New England to advance to the Super Bowl.

Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will line up Sunday afternoon against the New England Patriots despite an injured left knee and his equipment will go beyond the usual helmet and shoulder pads. The Super Bowl XLVII Most Valuable Player will be wearing a protective brace on his knee Sunday for the first time in his NFL career after being fitted for the equipment and starting to use it Wednesday during a light workout where he wasn't limping noticeably.

Baltimore Ravens - PlayerWatch

OLB Elvis Dumervil has 16 tackles, 3.5 sacks and one forced fumble in five career games against the Patriots. TE Dennis Pitta has 15 catches for 146 yards and three touchdowns in four games against the Patriots. DT Haloti Ngata has 36 tackles, 3.5 sacks and one pass deflection in seven games against the Patriots. OLB Terrell Suggs has 31 tackles, three sacks and two forced fumbles in seven games against the Patriots. TE Dallas Clark (illness) didn't practice.

Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will line up Sunday afternoon against the New England Patriots despite an injured left knee and his equipment will go beyond the usual helmet and shoulder pads. The Super Bowl XLVII Most Valuable Player will be wearing a protective brace on his knee Sunday for the first time in his NFL career after being fitted for the equipment and starting to use it Wednesday during a light workout where he wasn't limping noticeably.

Baltimore Ravens - PlayerWatch

OLB Elvis Dumervil has 16 tackles, 3.5 sacks and one forced fumble in five career games against the Patriots. TE Dennis Pitta has 15 catches for 146 yards and three touchdowns in four games against the Patriots. DT Haloti Ngata has 36 tackles, 3.5 sacks and one pass deflection in seven games against the Patriots. OLB Terrell Suggs has 31 tackles, three sacks and two forced fumbles in seven games against the Patriots. TE Dallas Clark (illness) didn't practice.

Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT The powerful right leg of kicker Justin Tucker has vaulted the Baltimore Ravens back into control of the sixth and final playoff spot in the AFC. By virtue of a nail-biting 18-16 victory over the Detroit Lions behind a franchise-record 61-yard field goal from Tucker Monday night, the Ravens have climbed to 8-6 overall with their fourth consecutive win. They hold a tiebreaker over the Miami Dolphins (8-6) due to a head-to-head victory earlier this season.
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