Ty Law: 'The Patriots played into Baltimore's hands'
Sun, 20 Jan 2013|
Ty Law, Troy Brown, and Mike Felger break down the Patriots loss to the Ravens.
Ravens 12813. Defeat on the Patriots at Gillette Stadium and stunning faction. Mike Felger Ty Law Troy Brown we want all your input in Twitter. On FaceBook Damon and Millar will be by just a second from our AT&T web zone to get your reaction but first. Your reaction what happened tonight -- With the Patriots played in Baltimore has the -- them. Stay in the ball game that was a low score football game. The Ravens were not afraid put pressure on Tom Brady. And it feel right into the hands Tom Brady needs to get out there and throw the football and make things happen early book they've played to type -- bother Edwards one what do you mean by that I mean it. Did you agree Choi and and explain that further because the Patriots moved the ball all night long it felt like. I don't think it was all night long second half was a little bit difficult for the Patriots -- to pick up some tough first -- -- I thought the Ravens covers. Got a lot tighter on the Patriots as the game went on they had a hard time. -- given Tom Brady Brady replaced plays to put out the for the ball. The thing that I saw it happen in this football game was dead. I'm Jim Caldwell finally woke up and start at the on the football on first down and just went straight to the -- -- for a little bit and got away from the -- completely on first down. And did that and it just a lot of keep things on the west looked a drop those things happen in the game at Saints this whole point of the game so those things -- so that call my tonight and really changed the game for the Baltimore Ravens. From the also body language I mean. Owls Watson this page's defense in the beginning they did they'd their body language is all Ronnie had no pep in his step and that and in as the game went -- to -- like it was wearing down. I don't know if they was tire they didn't have the confidence they just didn't have the type of swagger that they started coming home with -- towards into the season and through the playoffs what it was it was support display. Keep good portion of the game to me occurs in the third quarter the Patriots are up thirteen to seven as a million things that didn't happen for the pats in the first that we'll get to but there's still relatively in command thirteen to seven in the third. And as you mentioned Jim Caldwell the office -- -- -- or whoever over there on Baltimore finally decides what Flacco. In the shotgun and they'd throw every down and go right through the Patriots to take a 1413 lead. That was a whole different ball game from there and a big subplot here is that a -- to leave the -- good corner goes down early in this ball game and -- and as soon as the Ravens decided to attack that. They had success they've endured in the first half but as soon as they decide to throw the ball. That's just unbelievable and winters ago and Anquan Bolden like a simpler and more and squabble because he is too physical too strong for anyone else in the -- second. And it's not like he was -- -- a lot of disclosing -- just the big physical football response receiver. That that makes it par four you know -- as close to deal with and an athlete plays the game illegals. And it came to you about the -- keep the lead it changed with the Pacers played defense. Count as much better slop -- he has now. And you know they get cold into the game that the events of that matchup with him in his -- and it means a more physical gains in and this is talk about every single year in the playoffs them so you've been. It is the more of the more physical team that wins these games okay well but Nestor and being relentless season. Yeah that great you look these things -- the playoffs. It's a physical game and it's what we did the Colts in the playoff what we did the Rams in the playoffs. And is the most physical team usually wins those --