The Baltimore Ravens head up to Gillette Stadium to play the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football. Today we look at 5 key stats that could decide this game:
The Ravens and the Patriots are not exactly best friends forever. While it may not produce the same vitriol as the rivalry with the Pittsburgh Steelers, it is a meaningful rivalry. It makes you wonder what would happen if the Ravens and Patriots were division foes, rather than two teams that always seem to face each other in the playoffs.
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This game has every bit of the playoff feel that their four postseason clashes have had. For the Ravens the playoffs really start now. The Ravens have a 7-5 record and they have to keep pace with the Steelers. While the Ravens seem to be heating up for the stretch after a 38-6 win over the Miami Dolphins, the Steelers are red hot too. For the Patriots, this game is about playoff seeding; not to mention getting the best of a pestering rival.
What is the key to victory on Monday Night Football? Today we are going to look into the nooks and crannies of this match up. We are going to dissect what the Ravens do well and what they don’t. We’re going to look at weaknesses in the 10-2 Patriots. Get your helmets on, because we are about to dive right into this.