Found January 20, 2013 on Patriots Life:
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Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh didn't hesitate when asked about the comment his wide receiver Anquan Boldin made. When questioned earlier in the week about his team's rematch with the New England Patriots, Boldin simply stated "We'll win." A quick and light comment, yet it carried so much weight. Boldin basically guaranteed a win for the team. Well, Harbaugh didn't shy away from the comment. Here's what he had to say about it: “That’s what he believes?” Harbaugh said.  “I hope that’s what we all believe.  I think we all believe that.”The Ravens should not be criticized for having confidence, because whether we like it or not, they deserve it. They've made it to the AFC Championship for the second straight year. We shouldn't even have a problem with what Harbaugh said. What will cause a stir though, is the comment from an unnamed high-level Ravens source. According to NBCSports.com, here's what this person said: “We don’t think th...
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