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Eric Weddle takes blame for coverage bust that led to decisive score

Eric Weddle takes blame for coverage bust that led to decisive score

The Ravens had scored 17 consecutive points to cut the New England Patriots' lead to three when Tom Brady and company got the ball back at their own 21-yard line with less than seven minutes to play in the fourth quarter.

Ravens safety Eric Weddle told his defensive teammates to expect a play-action pass, knowing Brady would immediately want to answer with a big play. That's exactly what the Ravens got and the result was Chris Hogan's 79-yard touchdown reception that all but put the game away. The Patriots ultimately held on for a 30-23 victory.

Hogan sprinted right past defensive back Matt Elam, who...

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