FOXBORO -- The key to the Ravens' defensive dismantling of the Patriots on Sunday was getting to Tom Brady. The Ravens acknowledged as much after their 33-14 win at Gillette Stadium, forcing Brady to throw three interceptions while sacking him three more times. "Anytime you can get to a guy like Tom Brady, a quarterback that doesn't want to move, and you can make him move, you've got a chance," said defensive end Trevor Pryce. "We had a lot of pressure and he had to get rid of the ball quickly. It doesn't always mean you tackle him, but it means you get close enough to rattle him and make him make a decision very quickly." Brady's three interceptions led to 13 Ravens points in New England's season-ending loss in the opening round of the AFC playoffs. For more, visit the football blog It Is What It Is.
Sox talk with Dale, Thornton and Tom E Curran as game 2 in Tampa comes up tonight.