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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Look for lots of Harbaughs in New Orleans next week. Two of them will be working the sidelines in the Super Bowl. Oh, brother! John Harbaugh and his Baltimore Ravens set up […]
Baltimore Ravens starting cornerback Cary Williams joined the Junkies on Friday for a preview of this weekend’s AFC Championship game.
Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino gave his AFC and NFC title picks to 106.7 The Fan’s Holden and Danny on Thursday, and you’ll be surprised which quarterback he believes will rise above the fray. And he weighed in on the Te’o controversy nobody can seem to get away from right now.
Our neighbors to the North, the Baltimore Ravens have a fearsome opponent in the New England Patriots standing in the way of their first Super Bowl title since 2001, which begs the question: who should Redskins fans feel more comfortable rooting for? The Ravens or the evil empire?
For the past few years, I have put together this fun article to compare America’s favorite sports league, the National Football League (NFL), and the world’s favorite league, the UEFA Champions League (UCL). The original idea for this exercise was to help get my friends who aren’t soccer fans into the sport by giving them an easier way to understand the biggest club competition on the planet. So with each league featuring 32 teams broken up into eight groups of four teams apiece, the following are the comparisons between each NFL Division and Champions League Group.
Football is back, and not a moment too soon. Here are the five must-watch match-ups for the upcoming 2012 NFL season.
The Washington Redskins won’t have LaRon Landry or Donté Stallworth on their roster next season.
The Giants took down the Patriots last night 21-17, and Jason Bishop knows why.
With the New England Patriots leading by 3 points with 11 seconds left, Billy Cundiff missed a 32-yard field goal and the Patriots escaped with a 23-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens Sunday in the AFC championship game.
Landover, MD-For the first time all season the Redskins defense gave up 300 yards in the air as Tom Brady threw for 357 yards and three touchdowns in the New England Patriots 34-27 win over the Washington Redskins.