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Bernard Pollard has no use for wanting to have lost to the best team. Oftentimes when a team is knocked out of the playoffs in any sport, they root for the team that ousted them so that they know they were beaten by the best. When you lose a game on a missed 32-yard field goal, it becomes more difficult to think that way. Pollard is the man who was responsible for Brady’s torn ACL in 2008. He also was a member of the Texans and near the play when Wes Welker blew out his knee during the playoffs two years ago. And on Sunday, Pollard was the one who made the tackle that resulted in Rob Gronkowski injuring his ankle. He’s hurt many a Patriot, and he wants the Giants to do the same.
“I just hope (the Giants) just put a thrashing on the Patriots,” Pollard said during an interview with KILT in Houston. “I really do. To lose to a team like that the way we played. We played a good game. You gotta look at the experience of the team. You gotta look at what do the Giants have? They got a front...
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Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard made an appearance on KILT in Houston with Josh Innes and Rich Lord and was asked about his thoughts on Super Bowl XLVI between the Patriots and the Giants.
“My opinion? I really hope the Giants – I just hope they just put a thrashing on the Patriots. I really do,” said Pollard. “To lose to a team like that the way we played. We...
Bernard Pollard is already a villain throughout New England, but Patriots fans' hatred toward the Ravens safety may have just increased a little bit more. Pollard appeared on KILT in Houston on Tuesday, and judging by his comments, he might dislike the Patriots as much as New England fans dislike him. When asked about his opinion on the upcoming Super Bowl clash between the Patriots...
It should come as no surprise which team Bernard Pollard will be rooting for in Super Bowl XLVI.
By Corey BourassaBaltimore safety Bernard Pollard appeared on KILT radio in Houston and was asked if he had an opinion on Super Bowl XLVI.
Pollard, who earned the nickname "Patriots Killer" after he tore up Tom Brady's knee while playing for Kansas City in 2008, said he hopes that the Giants put a thrashing on the Patriots.
Here's his full response to the question...
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Says the Patriots' "dinking and dunking" won't beat the Giants
Ravens safety Bernard Pollard lashed out at the Patriots on Tuesday.
When we last saw Ravens safety Bernard Pollard, he was trying to destroy Rob Gronkowski’s ankle. Yes, the same guy who ruined Tom Brady’s knee in 2008. Now, he’s not finished.
And he doesn’t give a crap, either. Pollard spoke with KILT in Houston with Josh Innes and Rich Lord (via sportsradiointerviews.com) and he was asked for a Super Bowl prediction. Oh, he gave one.
A day after the Ravens lost to the New England Patriots, 23-20, in the AFC championship game, Ravens strong safety Barnard Pollard revealed to the world -- well, a Houston radio station -- which team he will be pulling for in the Super Bowl on Feb. 5. I’ll give you a hint: It won’t be the team that beat the Ravens on Sunday.
Patriots fans got quite the scare on Sunday when Rob Gronkowski headed for the locker room after Ravens safety Bernard Pollard landed awkwardly on the tight end's ankle. The injury looked gruesome at first, leading many to assume Pollard had done it again. Pollard, of course, is the guy who fell on Tom Brady's leg in 2008, forcing the quarterback to miss the entire season...
Strong safety, cornerback discussed Tom Brady going for it allThe Ravens fell, 23-20, to the New England Patriots in Sunday’s AFC championship game, but the result could have been potentially worse.
With the Patriots trailing by four late in the third quarter, All Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski caught a pass that put New England into Baltimore territory. And as safety Bernard Pollard tackled Gronkowski, Pollard’s leg landed on Gronkowski’s lower left leg, bending the ankle awkwardly. Gronkowski has been taken to the locker room for…