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“Winning isn’t everything, but it sure beats coming in second.” That famous quote was often used by Bear Bryant as he coached and made a perennial winner out of the University of Alabama football team. Bryant and his players won 323...
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — They wanted the Patriots, told the world that they would win and then went in their stadium and dominated the second half like no visiting team has done at Gillette Stadium. It didn't seem possible when they limped into the...
Ravens strong safety Bernard Pollard lived up to his intimidating reputation as one of the hardest hitters in the NFL, knocking New England Patriots running back Stevan Ridley out of Sunday's AFC championship game with a devastating fourth-quarter tackle....
The Baltimore SunNEW ORLEANS — Ravens strong safety Bernard Pollard looks the part of an enforcer who loves inflicting punishment. He's barrel-chested and powerfully constructed at 6-foot-1, 228 pounds. And Pollard has built a reputation as one of the most...
Kevin Cowherd Patriots 30, Ravens 21 The Ravens go into this game with enormous confidence. But Tom Brady to Wes Welker is a tough combination to beat, especially at Gillette Stadium. And now the Pats actually have a running game with Stevan Ridley...
The Boston GlobeOver the course of an NFL season, a lot of things get talked about. Some factors are overblown, some aren’t addressed enough. Sunday’s 41-28 win over the Texans by the Patriots in the divisional round of the playoffs gave us ample reason...
Tags: Shane Vereen, Danny Woodhead, Sports, Football, Houston Texans
You want story lines for Sunday's AFC championship game? Oh, do we have storylines. Here are just a few: Are the Ravens really this team of destiny we keep hearing about? Can they avenge last year's 23-20 loss to the New England Patriots in this...
Tags: Super Bowl, Shane Vereen, Lee Evans, Jim Harbaugh, Ray Rice
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco quickly came to a realization Sunday night while trailing the New England Patriots at halftime of the AFC championship game. It was a realization shared by coach John Harbaugh. Flacco was adamant in his belief that the...
Ravens 28, Patriots 13 Strategy: The Ravens' winning equation in the AFC championship was provided by fast-paced no-huddle, shotgun concepts and enough runs to keep the Patriots honest. Play-action was effective, particularly in the second half when Joe...
Ravens 38, Broncos 35, 2OT Strategy: It took a ton of wise decisions to triumph in the instant classic. Jim Caldwell blended aggressive deep passes with an old-fashioned approach on the ground, piling up 479 yards of total offense. Joe Flacco trusted...
The Baltimore SunThey wanted the New England Patriots, told the world that they would beat them and then went into their stadium and dominated the second half as no visiting team had ever done. It didn't seem possible when they limped into the postseason losers of...
Having grown up in Annapolis, Bill Belichick remembers watching quarterback Johnny Unitas, one of the NFL's pioneers of the pass, drive the Baltimore Colts up and down the field with their version of the two-minute drill. At the time, no one did it...
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