The AFC Championship is in Foxborough but fans are tailgating here. Also, we have tips on when changing your diet and exercise habits isn’t enough.
There will be no need for introductions when the Baltimore Ravens travel to Foxborough to play the New England Patriots in the AFC title game (6:30 p.m. Eastern). They’re quite familiar with each other. These teams have played each other each of the last four years with three of those games decided by a field goal or less. That includes the Pats’ 23-20 victory over Baltimore last year that sent New England to the Super Bowl.
The Ravens have been in this stage before. A year ago, Baltimore was 30 seconds away from a Super Bowl berth. But it wasn’t meant to be. The dropped pass and the missed kick remain in the hearts of even the most fair-weather Ravens fans. But the Ravens have another opportunity presented to them. And they plan to make the most of it.
Purple Pride hits a fever pitch in Maryland. Ravens fans are counting down the seconds until the AFC Championship game kicks off in Foxborough.
Officials at BWI-Marshall Airport say Ravens fans won’t be able to greet the team when players arrive back in Baltimore following their playoff game against the New England Patriots.
In just hours the Baltimore Ravens will take on the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship, and Ravens fans are ready to cheer them to a win.
The Baltimore Ravens are set to travel to New England to battle the Patriots. The Ravens will enter the game close to full strength. But they have key players that will enter the contest slightly banged up.
It’s the biggest Purple Friday yet! Ravens fans are out in full force as Super Bowl dreams hang in the balance. But first we’ve got to get through Tom Brady.
If the Ravens are going to win this game they will need to do 3 things.
ESPN’s James Walker talks Ravens Patriots on 105.7 The Fan.
The Ravens will face a future Hall of Famer for the second week in a row. And for the second week in a row, they’ll do so on the road. If Baltimore wants to earn a trip to the Super Bowl, they’ll need to slow down a Patriots offense that can put points on the board in bunches.
Former NFL Quarterback Phil Simms joins Ed and Steve to break down AFC Championship.