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Old 01-19-2013   #1
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Default AFC Title Game: Patriots vs Ravens

Belichick vs Harbaugh. Brady vs Lewis. Tough to get any better matchup than this.

I always like to see Belichick and Brady in the Super Bowl, but I'd also be happy to see Harbaugh, Leach, Pollard and Jacoby get a shot at a ring.

Shoud be a good game.
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Before 1:30pm last Sunay, I swear this game was going to be played in Reliant Stadium...
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Before 1:30pm last Sunay, I swear this game was going to be played in Reliant Stadium...
You thought that the Texans would beat the Patriots??

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I can't help but dig at the NFL for their money-grubbing ratings tactics. Wring every last penny at the expense of good playing conditions to get the truest of all possible results from these games.

San Francisco at Atlanta in a Dome.

Baltimore at New England at night, in Massachusetts, in January.

Silly, IMO. The temperature in the Georgia Dome would still be comfortable at night.
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I hope the Ravens win this game. Should have won last year.
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I can't help but dig at the NFL for their money-grubbing ratings tactics. Wring every last penny at the expense of good playing conditions to get the truest of all possible results from these games.

San Francisco at Atlanta in a Dome.

Baltimore at New England at night, in Massachusetts, in January.

Silly, IMO. The temperature in the Georgia Dome would still be comfortable at night.
FWIW, the Championship Games alternate every year. Last year the AFC game was 1st up. This year it's the NFC game.
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I can't help but dig at the NFL for their money-grubbing ratings tactics. Wring every last penny at the expense of good playing conditions to get the truest of all possible results from these games.

San Francisco at Atlanta in a Dome.

Baltimore at New England at night, in Massachusetts, in January.

Silly, IMO. The temperature in the Georgia Dome would still be comfortable at night.
According to another poster, they alternate the AFC and NFC games. I didn't know that either.

However, the NFL is a business. I don't blame them for putting this game in prime time.
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I'm having a difficult time getting excited about football today.

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Football is on today? Who knew.
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I'm having a difficult time getting excited about football today.

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I love me some football...too bad the good guys aren't there though. One thing I'm sick of is Ray Lewis. I hope the Patriots keep him out of he SB. I'm sick of hearing how God is helping him as if God plays favorites. Another week or two of segments glorifying this will make my head explode.
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I'm having a difficult time getting excited about football today.

* yawn *
I'm very excited about football today!! Texans own my football heart and soul, but, I've been a NINER fan since I was about 14 y/o! Only time I've ever pulled against them was when they played the Oilers, and the Texans!!

As for the Pats/Ravens game! I'll probably be the ONLY one on this board pulling for the Pats, but, thats the way it's gonna be! I just don't want to see Jacoby Jones get a chance at a SB ring before our Texans do. I just DON'T!!
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when the texans lost last sunday that ended my NFL watching until this coming August. Unless the Texans are in the SB i never watch it. i havent since 02. and wont again until my texans are in it.
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Patriots Pass Offense vs. Ravens Pass Defense

Despite boasting one of the top running attacks in the league, the Patriots’ offense still runs through Brady. He hasn’t played well in the Patriots’ last three playoff losses, and their success will likely depend on his ability to play at his expected Pro-Bowl level. He posted a season-high +7.4 grade in the first matchup with Baltimore, and he was particularly effective throwing to the intermediate (10-20 yards) level, going 8 of 10 for 125 yards on such throws. The Ravens blitzed him on 17 of his 44 drop-backs, and that’s where Brady did most of his damage, going 12 of 15 for 155 yards and a QB rating of 109.7. How will the Ravens match up with Brady’s targets this week?
Covering Welker
Wide receiver Wes Welker is never an easy cover, but the Ravens have done a nice job of slowing him down with cornerback Ladarius Webb. Unfortunately, Webb is out for the season and the responsibility will fall on CB Corey Graham who starts at LCB in the base defense before kicking inside to cover the slot in sub packages. Welker has taken his usual spot among the best in the league, averaging 2.04 Yards/Route Run when lined up in the slot, while Graham is in the middle of the pack among slot cornerbacks with his 1.30 Yards/Cover Snap. It’s not a terrible performance by Graham, but it’s certainly a downgrade from Webb who surrendered only 0.88 Yards/Cover Snap in the slot last year, before giving up only 0.32 through 92 snaps this season. Graham’s ability to keep up with Welker may be the most important matchup for the Ravens on Sunday.
Covering Hernandez
This matchup will be less cut and dried compared to Welker, as tight end Aaron Hernandez lines up all over the formation. He’ll see a number of Ravens defenders, but look for the Patriots to exploit the matchups that find him covered by a linebacker. Whether it’s Lewis (-8.7 pass coverage) who, despite his exceptional career and team leadership has clearly lost a step in coverage, or LB Dannell Ellerbe (-6.4 pass coverage), the Patriots should be able to win the matchup — especially as Hernandez appeared to have his explosion back last week with 57 of his 85 receiving yards coming after the catch.
Covering the Running Backs
The final piece that could be a struggle for the Ravens is the running backs. Last week, RB Danny Woodhead was supposed to be a big part of the Patriots’ game plan but a hand injury sidelined him early in the game and RB Shane Vereen took over his role. Vereen didn’t miss a beat with 124 yards from scrimmage and three touchdowns. Like Hernandez, the Patriots running backs will line up at a number of spots, so expect Lewis and Ellerbe to move with them if the Ravens are in man coverage.

Ravens Pass Offense vs. Patriots Pass Defense

The Ravens also have a number of receiving weapons at their disposal, as evidenced by QB Joe Flacco’s 613 yards passing in the playoffs already. The deep passing game is a huge part of his arsenal, and his 92 regular season attempts were the second-most in the league — and last week he completed four of six deep throws for 185 yards and three touchdowns. It remains to be seen how much pressure he will face this weekend. The Patriots blitzed him only three times on his 47 drop-backs in Week 3, this despite the fact Flacco grades at +19.0, with a QB Rating of 96.4, against traditional four-man pressure, but his numbers drop to -10.7 and 76.4 when he is blitzed. The Patriots have stepped up the pressure since adding CB Aqib Talib, increasing their blitz frequency from 17% of the time before his acquisition, to 33% over the past eight games.

What is clearer is who Flacco will be throwing to.
Covering Smith
No wide receiver saw a higher percentage of deep throws than Torrey Smith, who was targeted beyond 20 yards 42.3% of the time in the regular season. In fact, 36 of his 114 targeted passes have been ‘go’ routes, so his ability to stretch the defense is a huge part of the Ravens’ offense.

In New England, head coach Bill Belichick generally keeps his cornerbacks on the same side regardless of the matchups, but the late acquisition of Talib has expanded the options on defense. Talib has been used to shadow opposing team’s top wide receivers at times, and he did so last week against WR Andre Johnson. While Talib does not boast outstanding numbers (1.74 yards/cover snap), he’s taken to the added responsibility and Belichick has trusted him enough to play a lot more varied coverages in the secondary.

The Patriots did not assign a cornerback to Smith in the first matchup, but Talib was not on the roster at the time. Whether Talib flips sides or not, he’ll see plenty of Smith who has received 54% of his targets from a right wide receiver spot, which is opposite Talib’s natural left cornerback position.
Covering Boldin
On the other side of Smith is Anquan Boldin, who will also kick inside to play in the slot in 3-WR packages. His more physical approach to the game offers a different challenge from Smith. He’s caught all but two of the 78 on-target balls thrown his way, and he’s picked up 216 yards over the past two weeks. When lined up outside, he’ll see either Talib or CB Alfonzo Dennard who is fresh off making our PFF All-Rookie Team. Dennard’s 1.26 Yards/Cover Snap ranks in the middle of the pack among cornerbacks, but he’s allowed a league-low 78 yards after the catch.

When Boldin moves inside to the slot, it will likely be CB Kyle Arrington getting the nod. He’s given up only 0.71 yards/cover snap in the slot and he’s graded at +5.2 since Week 10.

Patriots Running Game vs. Ravens Run Defense

One of the stories of the season in New England is the dedication to the running game that has the Patriots ranked seventh in the league in rushing yards, adding a balanced dimension to their pass-first attack. On the other side, Baltimore historically has been one of the most difficult teams to run against, but less than stellar pay up front, combined with injuries to both Lewis and OLB Terrell Suggs have forced the unit to take a step back this season. Both players were forces last week, however, combining for a +6.6 grade against the run.

New England’s offensive line has proven a stellar run blocking unit, particularly at center where Ryan Wendell is our top run blocker at the position (+24.2). He’ll be matched up against the oversized, yet underwhelming duo of DT Ma’ake Kemoeatu and DT Terrence Cody who combine for 710 lbs of mass (listed), but only a -7.1 combined run stop grade. In addition to Wendell, Patriots OT Nate Solder and OG Logan Mankins split Player of the Game Honors last week on the strength of their fantastic work in the running game where they combined to grade at +5.2.

While Brady has been one of the main culprits of recent Patriots playoff losses, the well-balanced running attack may be just what they need to take some pressure off him and leave them with some margin for error.
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FWIW, the Championship Games alternate every year. Last year the AFC game was 1st up. This year it's the NFC game.
Thanks, Speedy! I didn't know that. The NFL is really stupid....lol.
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I don't think this will be very close. The Ray Lewis retirement tour ends in Foxboro.

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when the texans lost last sunday that ended my NFL watching until this coming August. Unless the Texans are in the SB i never watch it. i havent since 02. and wont again until my texans are in it.
I've watched almost every Super Bowl since Super Bowl V. I'll be watching this one, too. It's the Super Bowl, man.
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I don't think this will be very close. The Ray Lewis retirement tour ends in Foxboro.

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I hope so. I don't want two weeks of Ray Lewis BS cult worship instead of real coverage of the gane.
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Wow. So that's what the Patriots punt formation looks like.
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Third down, threw it behind the sticks.
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Go Ravens....i cannot overstate my disdain for the pats, belichick and brady..
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