Found September 19, 2012 on Pats Propaganda:
The last we saw of the Ravens… I really don’t want to rub the AFCCG in too much this week. Let’s face it, we should’ve at least seen overtime, much less lost had Sterling Moore not gotten a hand in on Lee Evans. As I said at the time, the only person on the Ravens that deserved to lose like that was Bernard Pollard. Still, I love this GIF…
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