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FOXBORO, Mass. -- At this point in such a big week, it seems like every storyline for Sunday's AFC Championship has been covered, uncovered and recovered again. It should be an awesome game between two teams with such contrasting styles, and it will be an exercise in old school versus new school. Let's open up the mailbag and run through some other topics. Out of all the players currently on the Patriots roster, which one could you see most likely going into coaching? Kevin Faulk? Tom Brady? --John Well, I'd rule out Brady because he's got a good thing going...
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Tom Brady and the New England Patriots made it to the AFC championship game with a high-powered offense that piled up points and yards.
Ray Lewis and the Baltimore Ravens got there with a hard-hitting defense that made it a major challenge for opponents to move the ball.
On Sunday, one of those teams will advance to the Super Bowl because, most likely, of what they do best.
Patriots Chairman & CEO Rober Kraft addresses the media during his press conference at Gillette Stadium on Friday, January 20, 2012.
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Updating an earlier report, tight end Aaron Hernandez was limited in Thursday's practice, according to ESPN Boston.
Hernandez is practicing light while nursing his head ailment, but fully expects to take the gridiron in the AFC Championship vs. Baltimore.
Patriots offensive lineman Logan Mankins addresses the media during his press conference at Gillette Stadium on Thursday, January 19, 2012.