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Matchups for the AFC championship game Sunday between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium.
Look out. That familiar sight is the New England Patriots romping through December, looking like a Super Bowl team.
Bills running back Fred Jackson is out with a concussion, and there's at least one teammate who's unhappy with how Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes celebrated after delivering the blow.
Another game was slipping away from the New England Patriots down the stretch. This time, their opponent made the biggest mistakes.
Donté Stallworth has made a handful of catches to convert third downs in recent weeks. Not bad for a guy the Washington Redskins cut last month. Since the Redskins re-signed Stallworth on Nov. 15 after waiving him a week earlier, quarterback Rex Grossman has relied on him when the Redskins need to extend drives.
Rookie running back Roy Helu has galvanized the Washington Redskins' running attack over the past three games. He has rushed for at least 100 yards in each since coach Mike Shanahan appointed him the team's featured back.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins’ offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 34-27 loss to the New England Patriots.
New England's defensive backs are trying to prepare for a quarterback they've hardly seen.
Tom Brady's late touchdown pass to Rob Gronkowski gave the New England Patriots a 13-9 halftime lead over the New York Jets on Sunday night in an AFC East showdown.
With the lowest-rated pass defense in the NFL and one of the league's top quarterbacks coming to town, it could be a busy Sunday for the New England Patriots' secondary.
It's no secret that the New England Patriots defense has struggled to stop the pass this season.
Devin McCourty was prepared for the challenge as a rookie cornerback last season, ready for any team to test the New England Patriots' secondary.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. _ Three trades. Two youngsters added to a group of old running backs. One potential successor to Tom Brady.
Bill Belichick is a wheeler-dealer during the NFL draft. In each of the last two years he made seven trades while it was going on.
When Ndamukong Suh heard people call him the best player available in the draft, he didn't gloat. He took it as a challenge.
"It's a football game and we can't control that," McCourty said. "If a flag is thrown, that's something we can't worry about."
"I think our outlook is really that we're going to get better," said cornerback Devin McCourty, a Pro Bowler as a rookie in 2010 who now too often looks like, uh, a rookie. "We really don't worry about what everybody else says. We're just trying to get better and we're trying to do it as soon as possible ... trying to make sure it keeps coming over on Sundays, not just for a week, not for two weeks, but that we can be consistent stringing each game together."