Although Ray Lewis and Ed Reed no longer roam the Ravens defense, there’s still plenty of interesting characters and storylines to sink your teeth into.
This rivalry isn’t a historical one like Red Sox-Yankees or Bruins-Canadiens. However, the matchup is filled with bad blood and hatred even though it’s a fairly new development as far as rivalries goes.
Same Old Story: Patriots Look To Overcome Tough Ravens Defense
And it all traces back to 2008 when Baltimore drafted quarterback Joe Flacco and hired John Harbaugh as head coach. With the elder Harbaugh brother at the helm the Ravens have been the biggest challenge to the Patriots success, mainly because they’re not scared of them.
“There really has been nobody in the conference that has stood up and poked the Patriots in the chest with their finger the way the Ravens have. This Baltimore team has stood in their way constantly over the last five years,” opened Tony Massarotti "
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