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Peter King
January 21, 2013
When Flacco meets Brady—they've faced each other five times in as many seasons—it's always worth watching: Only one game has been decided by more than six points
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January 21, 2013

The History

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When Flacco meets Brady—they've faced each other five times in as many seasons—it's always worth watching: Only one game has been decided by more than six points

OCT. 4, 2009 FOXBOROUGH

PATRIOTS 27--21

The Drop, Part I: a miscue by Mark Clayton on what he calls a "perfect ball" on fourth-and-four at the Pats' 14 with 32 seconds left ruins Flacco's first head-to-head game with his budding AFC rival.

JAN. 10, 2010 FOXBOROUGH

RAVENS 33--14

The most lopsided win is also statistically Flacco's worst NFL game: 34 passing yards and a 10.0 rating. Baltimore's 234 rushing yards (159 by Ray Rice) are plenty to pull off the wild-card upset.

OCT. 17, 2010 FOXBOROUGH

PATRIOTS 23--20

Baltimore's 10-point fourth-quarter lead evaporates on a five-yard Brady-to-just-signed-Deion Branch TD and Stephen Gostkowski's 24-yard FG with 1:54 left. His 35-yard FG in OT wins it.

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