History Argues Ravens Have NO Chance Sunday

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    History Argues Ravens Have NO Chance Sunday

    Article from SI

     

    It's an astounding trend. The past 11 times teams have met back-to-back in NFL title games, AFL title games or AFC, NFC championships, the same team has won both games. When you throw in the Cowboys-Bills consecutive Super Bowls of 1992-93 (each won by Dallas), it's an 0-12 rematch record for the team losing the first of two back-to-back championship games.

     

     

    No to mention the Pats are 4-0 at home in AFC Championship games.

     
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    Re: History Argues Ravens Have NO Chance Sunday

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    Article from SI

     

    It's an astounding trend. The past 11 times teams have met back-to-back in NFL title games, AFL title games or AFC, NFC championships, the same team has won both games. When you throw in the Cowboys-Bills consecutive Super Bowls of 1992-93 (each won by Dallas), it's an 0-12 rematch record for the team losing the first of two back-to-back championship games.

     

     

    No to mention the Pats are 4-0 at home in AFC Championship games.



    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/nfl/news/20130118/afc-nfc-championship-games-by-the-numbers/?sct=uk_t11_a1

    The link didn't make it into the first post, stupid iPad sucks with new BDC format.

     
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    Re: History Argues Ravens Have NO Chance Sunday

    And..... they're better than the ratbirds.

     
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    Re: History Argues Ravens Have NO Chance Sunday

    Nice stats.

    But there was a time when Tom Brady had never lost a playoff game, and when the Pats had never lost a playoff game at home, and when the Pats had never lost two consecutive playoff games...and all those streaks came to an end.

    So the only thing that history truly argues is that the team that scores the most points on the day of the contest, wins.

     
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    Re: History Argues Ravens Have NO Chance Sunday

    History won't be on the field Sunday.

    However, if Brady plays like he is capable of and the running game is clicking, which it should against this team, then the Pats should all get new hats & t-shirts Sunday!

     

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