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  • Pirate act heads to Pullman

    SEATTLE — Mike Leach had just gotten the Texas Tech coaching job in 1999 when he and an assistant coach flew from Lubbock down to Odessa to recruit a decorated receiver named Roy Williams. "Amazing-looking kid," said Manny Matsakis, the former...
  • Fantasy Fodder: Fantasy All-Stars for the 2011 NFL season

    Fantasy Fodder: Fantasy All-Stars for the 2011 NFL season
    Week 16 is finally here, and after Monday night’s game, the fantasy football season will be over for most of us, if your season hasn’t been ended already. My teams went 1-for-5 on what I will now call Black Sunday, so the best I can do in my...
  • Offensive fireworks have been Patriots' calling card

    Offensive fireworks have been Patriots' calling card
    After the New England Patriots dropped back-to-back games to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New York Giants in Weeks 8 and 9, there was chatter that the Patriots, then 5-3, were on the verge of losing their grip on the AFC East to the New York Jets and...
  • Ravens know onus is on offense to dictate pace vs. Patriots

    Ravens know onus is on offense to dictate pace vs. Patriots
    As the Ravens arrived at their team complex in Owings Mills today, overjoyed that they still have more football to play, the euphoria surrounding their victory over the Houston Texans Sunday and a berth in the AFC Championship game had been replaced by...
  • Tale of the tape: Brady vs. Flacco

    Sunday's AFC championship game in Foxborough pits the 13-4 Ravens against the 14-3 Patriots. As is often the case in the later rounds of the NFL playoffs, it will likely come down to whose quarterback delivers in the clutch. So who has the edge:...
  • Snow Saturday in Foxborough, slippery field on Sunday?

    Snow Saturday in Foxborough, slippery field on Sunday?
    We just took a quick look at the weather forecast for Sunday’s AFC championship game in Foxborough, Mass. On Saturday, snow is in the forecast and the high is projected to be 29 degrees. The temperature will be in the mid-30s all day Sunday with...
  • Years later, Pollard still connected to Brady injury

    Years later, Pollard still connected to Brady injury
    Bernard Pollard insists his NFL legacy will be more than being the man who toppled Tom Brady. In the first week of the 2008 season, Pollard, who was then a safety with the Kansas City Chiefs, took down Brady with an awkward tackle. After he was blocked...
  • No-huddle a possibility for Patriots

    No-huddle a possibility for Patriots
    When the Patriots received the opening kickoff Saturday against the Broncos, it might have caught some fans off-guard, since it marked just the second time in 17 games New England opened on offense. Going no-huddle on the first series seemed to catch...
  • E.Reed limited again

    E.Reed limited again
    The Ravens produced a near-perfect injury report Thursday as free safety Ed Reed was the only player listed. The eight-time Pro Bowler was limited in practice for the second straight day by the left ankle injury he sustained in the waning seconds of...
  • Birk v. Wilfork one of many interior battles Ravens must win

    It seems on a weekly basis that Matt Birk must face a formidable opponent staring at him from the other side of the line of scrimmage. That's why the Ravens center barely blinked when asked about Sunday's matchup with New England Patriots nose tackle...
  • Bill Burt: Ravens still not ready for prime time

    Bill Burt: Ravens still not ready for prime time
    Editor's note: This is Bill Burt's second column in the Baltimore Sun. He is executive sports editor of The Eagle-Tribune. He has covered the Patriots and the NFL for 21 years. He has covered six Super Bowls, including the Ravens’ win over the...
  • Will Webb vs. Welker be the matchup?

    Will Webb vs. Welker be the matchup?
    Conventional wisdom would seem to suggest that the Ravens top cornerback, Lardarius Webb, would be matched up against the New England Patriots’ top wide receiver, Wes Welker, when the teams meet in Sunday’s AFC championship game. If that&...