Ah, we're finally back.
On February 5th, the Pats will be in Indianapolis to face the winner of the Giants and 49ers for the fifth Super Bowl appearance in the Belichick/Brady era.
The ending was classic. Baltimore kicker Billy Cundiff had the chance to tie the game up with eleven seconds left with a 32-yard field goal, but he hooked it slightly wide left. The crowed went wild, and Tom Brady preceded to kneel on the ball to finish out the remaining time.
On the second down play two plays before the missed field goal, Lee Evans had the chance to catch a touchdown in the end-zone. But thanks to Patriots rookie Sterling Moore getting his hands on the ball and Lee Evans having a bad pair of hands, the ball was never caught.
All four quarters were bitterly fought by both teams, and neither time ever decisively pulled away.
The Ravens led in the fourth quarter 20-16, but Tom Brady managed to pull out a great drive that culminated in a one-yard TD dive by Brady on fourth down. That wo...