Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has urged the New England Patriots to watch out for his team as they plan to “disrupt people’s plans” and dump Tom Brady’s outfit out of the play-offs before they can reach the AFC Championship match.
Speaking to CSN New England, Suggs said:
“Everybody knows the history with these two teams. We’re going to play a gootball game. It’s the Ravens versus the Patriots. Everybody knows the storylines.”
"We all know the matchup the NFL wants to see," Suggs continued. "Something for the TV, for the sponsors. We've got faith in ourselves and Ravens Nation, and we'll see if we can disrupt some people's plans."
Suggs’ comments are an obvious stab at the expectation and hope amongst fans and media alike for another bout of Broncos vs. Patriots in the AFC title game.
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Saturday’s divisional match-up with New England will be their fourth encounter in the post-season during Suggs’ time in Baltimore and the Ravens have the edge up to this point.
Suggs has helped the AFC North side two victories in the previous three meetings – which, according to Haloti Ngata, is more than enough evidence to prove that the Ravens have got just as much a shot at the AFC Championship as Brady and the Belichick boys.