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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Chris Carr
Lisa Cervantes will treasure the moment forever.
Cary Williams was a little-known cornerback fighting for a roster spot when training camp started.
The Baltimore Ravens were good enough to reach the second round of the NFL playoffs, yet too flawed to get any farther.
"When you have a Ray Lewis and (Pro Bowl safety) Ed Reed, you have confidence they're going to be leaders and play great," Ravens cornerback Chris Carr said.
"When it was 21-7, we came in here at halftime and were like, 'It should be like that.'