As I sit here, fasting on a rainy Yom Kippur afternoon, waiting until night to eat for the first time in 24 hours, I can't keep my mind off Week Four's Game of the Week. Next Sunday, the 3-0 Baltimore Ravens travel north to face the 2-1 New England Patriots. Had it not been for a dumb decision by Buffalo's special teams and Tom Brady being Tom Brady in Week One, the Patriots would be 1-2 for the first time in recent memory. Speaking of dumb decisions and Tom Brady, let's recall the Patriots most recent encounter with the Ravens. In 2007, on Monday Night Football, the Ravens nearly beat the Patriots. After a fourth down defensive stand, it looked like the Patriots' perfect record of 16-0 would have to be 15-1. But defensive coordinator Rex Ryan had called a timeout before the play, and the ...
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