Ravens Ready for Sunday

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The Ravens are busy getting ready for their AFC Championship showdown with the Patriots on Sunday, even though they’re heavy underdogs heading into New England.

“It will be a big challenge up in Foxborough”, said Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, “We’re looking forward to it, can’t wait to get up there. We’re trying to put our work in here one day at a time. guys have started on that today and we are off and running.”

“You definitely get a vibe around this locker room that good things are happening for us right now”, says kicker Justin Tucker, “We’ve got a lot of momentum, we’re playing well.”

Running back Ray Rice says, “One thing about our group is that we are very unselfish, we’re very unselfish it doesn’t matter who is getting the job done as long as we are getting the job done when we go out there and execute and that really feels good.”

The Ravens are hoping to make it back to their second Super Dowl since 2001, where they beat the New York Giants.

Kickoff for Sunday’s game is set for 6:30 p.m. in Foxborough.

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