Baltimore Ravens vs New England Patriots: TV Channel Schedule, Scores and highlights

The New England Patriots will meet the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL Divisional game on Saturday at the Gillette Stadium.

Part of the success of the Patriots in getting into the top of the AFC is quarterback Tom Brady, who catapulted himself after losing badly to Kansas City in week 3.

Brady may not have the big numbers like the way he dominated in 2007, but he led this team to capture the No. seed again. Brady is completing 64.1 percent of his passes (373 of 582) for 4,109 yards and 33 touchdowns against nine interceptions. Brady will have another shot at winning his fourth Super Bowl as the Patriots will have the homefield advantage.

New England’s defense has improved also for this season by giving up 239.8 yards in passing and 104.3 in rushing (ninth in the NFL). In the offense, the Patriots average 257.6 in passing and 107.9 in rushing.

“There’s experience against this team,” Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels said. “We know a lot of their players and some of their schemes, but I think each time we’ve played them our team has been different, their team has been different.”

The Baltimore Ravens will rely on its defense in beating the Patriots once again. After winning against Pittsburgh last week, coach John Harbaugh call quarterback Joe Flacco as “the best quarterback in football”.  Flacco completed 18 of 29 passes for 259 yards and two touchdowns on the road against Pittsburgh.

The Ravens are not scared in playing on the road. As a matter of fact, the Ravens are 10-5 on the road in the playoff. In 2012, the Ravens outlasted the Patriots 28-13 in the AFC Championship game.

The defense of the Ravens will be the talking point when it comes to overpowering New England. Ravens defense is No. 2 in the Red Zone and No. 8 in total yards allowed per game. Moreover, the pass rush defense of the Ravens has the capability to slow down Brady.

Baltimore Ravens vs New England Patriots tv channel schedule is on NBC. Ravens vs Patriots scores and highlights will be posted here after the game.

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