Tom Brady has arrived for the biggest game of the year to this point. The undefeated Patriots 8-0 will meet up with the 5-2 Ravens in a game that could have major implications. Should the Patriots win tonight, they will have a commanding lead on claiming home field advantage throughout the playoffs, especially after Indy lost earlier today. The Ravens are led by MVP candidate Lamar Jackson who is in his 2nd season. The Patriots #1 ranked defense has only given up 7.6 points per game this season, but they will have their hands full as they try to shut down Jackson and the Ravens league leading run game. You can be sure Belichick will do his best to take away the run and force Jackson to challenge the Patriots very dangerous defensive backfield.
Tom Brady is 6-1 all-time against the Ravens in the regular season. With 6 more receptions Julian Edelman would also move past Troy Brown for 2nd place for the most receptions in franchise history.
— Michael Giardi (@MikeGiardi) November 3, 2019