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    Five Keys To Victory For The Patriots Against The Ravens
    By: Russ Goldman

    Before each Patriots game this season, as a preview I will be providing my five keys to the game that I hope will lead to a Patriots victory. Here's a look at this week's match-up ...

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    Rather than start a new thread, I'll take this one and add a few other media "keys to victory" links. If you come across any others post them here, as well as opinions on these articles. By the way, Russ leads off with the Pats needing to win the turnover battle and concludes with this:
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    Week 6 Patriots vs Ravens: Necessary Players of the Game - Pats Pulpit
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    WEEI.com's Christopher Price and his keys to the game:

    patriots - What to watch for Sunday against the Ravens - WEEI | Christopher Price

    Chris starts out by talking about the need to win the battle of third down and finishes with 'redemption', mentioning how Kelley Washington was shouting to the crowd "the era is over." In between Price points out the importance of getting out to an early lead.
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    Viewpoint from a Baltimore newspaper.
    Ravens-patriots matchup - baltimoresun.com
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    From Mike Lombardi at NFL.com:

    Brady's looking forward to the next challenge | NFL.com

    5. The Patriots-Ravens game should be a war, as both teams are tough, both teams are determined, and both teams play hard each week. The Ravens are balanced on offense and so are the Patriots this season. The one advantage the Pats do have is that they can spread the Ravens out and attack their weakness at corner. The Pats must find a way to force Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco off the spot, and when he throws the ball into a crowd they must make the play.

    6. The one player no one talks about who will benefit most from the Randy Moss trade is little running back Danny Woodhead. He was just what the Patriots needed once they lost Kevin Faulk for the season. Woodhead can protect and can make explosive plays in the passing game with his quickness. The Jets never wanted to let him go, but are committed to third-round pick Joe McKnight, and Woodhead was the odd man out.
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    From Jim McBride of the Boston Globe: Ravens at Patriots - The Boston Globe

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    Ian Rapoport lists his five keys to the game.

    Pats’ Five Things to Watch - BostonHerald.com

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