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From the Boston Globe...their take on the Ravens...


It's a fair read...calls for a low scoring affair...here's a sample...


... A compact bulldozer at 5 feet 8 inches, 205 pounds, Rice has good vision and instincts. He sets up his blockers well, identifies creases, and bursts through them with authority. Rice runs low, so it is difficult to get clean shots on him. He has tremendous stamina and is an underrated blocker. The 6-foot, 228-pound McGahee still has plenty in the tank. A powerful cutback runner, McGahee has great patience and will break tackles. He loves to run between the tackles, and if he squirms through the first line of defense, he has surprising acceleration and will shift into a second gear. Durability and stamina are his biggest problems. Fullback/tailback hybrid Le’Ron McClain (6-foot, 260 pounds) has exceptional size and strength. McClain is an outstanding lead blocker who delivers a nasty initial pop. McClain runs low and hard and will push the pile. He is the prototypical short-yardage back who shows surprising quickness to the hole along with a nifty package of balance and agility.



Bring the Pain.


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There is no freakin way this is going to be a low scoring affair! What????


The #1 offense in the AFC is going against a broken Pats secondary. An our secondary can't stop Brodie Croyle!!!!!!!!! This will definitely be a shootout!!!!!! However our offensive line will be the key. We can stop a pass rush, the Pats cannot.

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