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With only three days to prepare for tough 49ers team, Ravens won't go through physical practicesJohn Harbaugh celebrated his team's latest victory by returning to his office at the Ravens' headquarters in Owings Mills and watching game tape until very late into Sunday evening.
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We’ve seen this before. Two brothers find themselves matched up against each other on the NFL gridiron and try to lead their respective teams to victory. Division rivalries are usually fierce because there is so much at stake but a sibling rivalry? Well, they take competition to a whole new level. It’s fiercer, more personal than your average matchup because you know your opponent...
We’re going to be writing about the Harbaugh brothers a lot this week, so allow me to get some practice in.
OWINGS MILLS, MD. (AP) - John Harbaugh won't be hearing a lot of questions about football this week. Neither will his brother, Jim.On Thanksgiving night, the Harbaughs will become the first brothers to face each other as NFL head coaches. Although it's a very important game for the Baltimore Ravens ...
The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers have thrived this season because they are hard-nosed, physical and relentless. Both teams are mirror of their head coaches. Thursday night John and Jim Harbaugh will make history becoming the first brothers to compete on opposite sidelines as head coaches.John Harbaugh is seeking to take the Ravens (7-3) [...]
Mon, 21 Nov 2011 13:05:31 CST
John Harbaugh faces brother Jim on Thursday in the NFL's first game between brothers as head coaches. CSNBayArea.com and CSNBaltimore.com team on a Har-bro guide.
Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh.
Should Jim Harbaugh’s 49ers beat Baltimore Thursday night, don’t expect Ravens head coach John Harbaugh to be offended during the postgame handshake.
He won’t ask “What’s your deal?” or chase his younger brother to the locker room.
John Harbaugh knows everything there is to know about his feisty sibling.
“Let me put it this way,” said John Harbaugh back in October...
When Jim Harbaugh's 49ers meet John Harbaugh's Baltimore Ravens in the NFL's first brother-versus-brother coaching matchup tonight, it should come as no surprise that the teams have been shaped by some common football philosophy.
What could be surprising, however, is where some of that...
The best Thanksgiving triple-header in NFL history will unfold in two days, with dessert being perhaps the best of the three courses. West vs. East, NFC vs. AFC. For the first time ever, brother vs. brother. But Jim Harbaugh, coach of the 49ers, says he isn’t feeling “warm and fuzzy” about playing John Harbaugh’s Ravens. …
John Harbaugh's AFC North-leading Ravens host Jim Harbaugh's NFC West-leading 49ers in the first meeting between head-coaching brothers in NFL
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By HOWARD FENDRICH AP Pro Football Writer After so many years of bad Detroit Lions teams - and their games, no matter the week, meaning so little - all of a sudden that traditional Turkey Day contest in the Motor City is no turkey at all.
Detroit, which is 7-3, hosts the reigning Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers, who are 10-0, to open a tremendously compelling...
Beyond the brotherly coaching tussle between Jim and John Harbaugh, another fascinating duel looms Thursday night in Baltimore - the 49ers and their stout rushing defense against Ray Rice, one of the NFL's most...