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Mike Preston’s Ravens grades at the three-quarter pole

Before the Ravens travel to Foxborough, Mass., on Monday night to play the New England Patriots, we have to hand out grades for the third marking period.

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Ravens still wary of Patriots offense without tight end Rob Gronkowski

Monday night’s game between the Ravens and Patriots will be New England's second straight without four-time Pro Bowl tight end Rob Gronkowski, who was placed on injured reserve Dec. 3 to repair a herniated disc in his lower back.

But the Ravens’ defensive players refuse to lower their guard about the Patriots' supposed lack of firepower.

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Cornerback Jimmy Smith happy to be part of next chapter in Ravens-Patriots rivalry

Cornerback Jimmy Smith had foot surgery late in the 2014 regular season. So when his teammates took on New England in the divisional playoffs, he was in the same position as many Ravens’ fans – watching the game at home from his couch.

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Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta anticipating a lot of attention from Patriots

After a nine-reception, 90-yard, two-touchdown performance against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, tight end Dennis Pitta considers himself a marked man by opposing defenses in the future.

The invisible target on Pitta’s No. 88 jersey will begin Monday night against the New England Patriots, who pay a good deal of attention to opposing tight ends, Pitta said.

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There were no surprising absences for the Ravens at Thursday's practice

The Ravens’ first formal practice of the week leading up to Monday night’s game against the New England Patriots was newsworthy in that there were no startling absences.

Left guard Marshal Yanda (left shoulder) was not present during the portion of practice open to the media, but he usually gets the first practice of the week off.

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Predictions for the Ravens-Patriots game

As consistent as New England (10-2) has been, it has not defeated a team as good as the Ravens yet this season. Meanwhile, the Ravens certainly haven’t triumphed over anyone on the Pats’ level.

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