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<p>The (9-1) New England Patriots are playing the (7-3) Baltimore Ravens in a game that will go a long way in determining the playoff fate of these teams. </p> <p>The Patriots only loss came against the Steelers who also have a 9-1 record. The Pats need a win to keep pace with Pittsburgh for homefield advantage.</p> <p>Check out todays Game Day Gamecenter for all the news, links, injury list and more for the game.</p>

The Ravens are looking for a win to solidify their chances to clinch a playoff spot. With Denver, San Diego, the Jets, The Colts and Jacksonville all in the hunt, a win today would greatly improve the Ravens' chances of getting in.


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Patriots (9-1) vs Ravens (7-3)
November 28, 2004
4:15 PM EST
Gillette Stadium
Field: Natural Grass

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Ravens' show time arrives
Defending champs' stage is fitting site for visitors to justify Super Bowl talk; 7-3 team contender or pretender?; Billick: Foxboro return possible for AFC playoffs
(Baltimore Sun)

Ravens-Patriots scouting report
Ravens run offense vs. Patriots run defense: The loss of Jamal Lewis (ankle) is devastating, despite the All-Pro running back's season-long struggles. Although his replacement, Chester Taylor, is solid, he doesn't have the same breakaway ability and doesn't command the same attention from defenses. Taylor has averaged 83.5 yards in two starts this season, but he could get worn down without a reliable backup (Musa Smith is out for the season with a broken leg).
(Baltimore Sun)

Ravens Thinking Ahead
OWINGS MILLS, Md., Nov. 22 -- Brian Billick's mind began to wander during the fourth quarter of the Baltimore Ravens' game against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday afternoon. The Ravens were well on their way to a 20-point victory, and the Baltimore coach found himself thinking about the next opponent -- defending Super Bowl champion New England -- rather than the present one.
(Washington Post)

Dillon vs. Lewis: Who will give way this time?
Judging by the inclinations of both teams, one area in which today's game could be decided is the battle between Patriots running back Corey Dillon and Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis.
(Boston Globe)

Patriots provide test for Ravens' Boller
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Kyle Boller has been coming on of late, passing for more than 200 yards in three of his last four games.
(Washington Times)

Similar Names, Similar Styles
FOXBORO, Mass -- When the Patriots played the Rams in St. Louis three weeks ago, the public address announcer introduced the Patriots coach as "Brian" Belichick.

Ravens coach Brian Billick knows the feeling.
(Hartford Courant) reg req'd

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