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BALTIMORE - The Baltimore Ravens are back in the playoffs, and they dont mind one bit that it took them until the final game of the regular season to get there.It doesnt matter that theyre the No. 6 seed, either. As far as Baltimore is concerned, at this point everyone is even.We all know the history. Its a 0-0 tournament right now, coach John Harbaugh said after Sundays 20-10 win over Cleveland Weve been on the road plenty of times in the playoffs as a group. Were as dangerous as anybody else, at least.To qualify, the Ravens (10-6) needed to beat the Browns (7-9) and San Diego had to lose to Kansas City. That is precisely what happened, and now Baltimore is back in the post-season after missing out in 2013.The Ravens open Saturday night in Pittsburgh.It feels good, said quarterback Joe Flacco, whose two fourth-quarter touchdown passes brought the Ravens back from a 10-3 deficit. I remember sitting at home last year, a week from now, and it didnt feel very good.The Browns, on the other hand, will have a long off-season to ponder what went wrong following a promising 7-4 start.Owner Jimmy Haslam said coach Mike Pettine and general manager Ray Farmer absolutely will return next season. Between now and then, Pettine will have to straighten out some personnel issues, most notably the questionable behaviour of rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel, rookie cornerback Justin Gilbert and suspended wide receiver Josh Gordon.Some things worth nothing about the Browns-Ravens game:RUNNING WILD: Ravens running back Justin Forsett ran for 119 yards and finished with 1,266 for the season.His performance Sunday included a 32-yard run in the second quarter and carries of 27 and 26 yards over the final seven minutes.To open those runs up in the fourth quarter, to finish the game, thats what you need to do, Harbaugh said. Especially this time of year.With 17 carries of at least 20 yards, Forsett broke the single-season franchise record of 16 set by Jamal Lewis in 2001.SHAW SHINES: With Cleveland quarterbacks Brian Hoyer and Manziel out with injuries, Connor Shaw went 14 for 28 for 177 yards in his NFL debut. He lost a fumble, threw an interception and was sacked four times.Being a rookie quarterback, I knew they were going to pin their ears back and bring some heat, Shaw said. For the most part, I thought we handled it well. There were just a couple times where it was a coverage sack. When they put us in a third-and-long situation, it puts us in a bad spot.VOTE OF CONFIDENCE: Pettine finished his first season at the Browns helm with a 7-9 mark, and though there are question marks aplenty as heading into another off-season, safety Jim Leonhard thinks Cleveland has found a solution at head coach.Mike Pettine is the right coach to lead this team, Leonhard said after the final game of his 10-year NFL career. Early on, we really turned things around. None of us wanted the season to end like this. Nobody is more upset about this than he is. This is the guy that will make this program get better.NGATA ON DECK: The four-game suspension of Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata ended Sunday, and Baltimore expects its exceptional run-stopper to start in Pittsburgh.Ngata was suspended by the NFL for using the amphetamine Adderall without a prescription.Im confident Haloti will be ready to go, Harbaugh said. Thats his job, to be ready to go. Im confident hell do it. He has done it before. He has been there; he knows whats at stake. Rookie Timmy Jernigan, who replaced Ngata over the past month, hurt his foot Sunday and will have an MRI on Monday to determine his status for the playoffs.Its very unfortunate about Timmy Jernigan, but hes young, linebacker Terrell Suggs said. But its great to get my brother back, to (get) one of the leaders of this team back. Thats huge for us.PLAYING ILL: Though he was cleared to play after a shoulder injury, Browns defensive back Joe Haden battled flu-like symptoms to make three tackles Sunday.Thats the kind of guy he is, Pettine said. He could have just said, No, I missed the last game, Ill go ahead and miss this one, too, and head into the off-season and get healthy. He went out there under the weather, clearly. I know he banged his shoulder on one play in the end zone, but hes a warrior.Said Haden: I feel like if Im out there and doing what I have to do under the weather and hurting, it should just make other people on the team see that and hopefully do the same.___Online: AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL Custom Phoenix Suns Jerseys . In the opener of the World Group first-round series, world No. 18 Kei Nishikori defeated Peter Polansky of Thornhill, Ont. Penny Hardaway Jersey . As if he had been rehearsing it, Vasquez looked around with a grimacing stare as he clinched two fists and flexed his muscles. What do you think of DeMar DeRozans face after he hits a big shot, he was asked moments earlier. http://www.sunsofficialshop.us/charles-barkley-suns-jersey/. The 29-year-old German, the 2011 overall World Cup champion, says she has decided "to end my career now. Jared Dudley Jersey . Betancourt was 2-5 with a 4.08 ERA and 16 saves for the Rockies last season before tearing a ligament in his pitching elbow. He considered undergoing platelet-rich plasma therapy to fix his arm, but announced in August his decision to have Tommy John surgery. Dan Majerle Jersey . Howard hit a three-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the Philadelphia Phillies to a 6-3 win over the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday night.As another year in the soccer world comes to an end, it is important to note it does so without a real feud between the international and club game. This should be celebrated because it will not always be this way. With the amount of money given to players by their clubs these days, it is a wonder that so many of those teams allow the sport to continue to take away many of their assets so they can play for a different team in the middle of their season. Although it is has always been this way, it does not make it right. Playing for your country in any sport should be an honour, yet it is on this premise that the international game has gotten away with so much in recent years. Should it really be an honour to have to leave your team in the middle of an important part of the season to head to some foreign land to play an international match that may or may not mean anything? Never mind the middle of the season, what about the start of it? Is that still an honour that should force players to go? Once again at the start of this European club season, a nonsensical international window was put in by FIFA, allowing countries to claim their players away from their clubs just hours before they kicked off a new campaign. At the moment, the relationship between the international game and the club game could be described as moderate. It is a high-profile game of chess being played out in front of billions of people using millionaire players as pieces on the board. Too many high-profile managers are afraid to speak out against governing bodies such as UEFA and FIFA while on the other side of the table sits the governing bodies plotting their next move. Chess players know how important it is to think three moves ahead and, although the 2014 calendar will be dominated by images of the World Cup in Brazil, the years to follow will feature a long list of international games that will mean very little. UEFAs decision to move to 24 teams for the 2016 European Championships in France mean even fewer qualifiers will matter. Countries like Spain, Germany and Italy, for example, could send their under 21 teams to all their qualifiers and easily reach the tournament. And these will be the games that matter. Sprinkled amongst them will be friendly games arranged for international managers to see their players close up and try things with them in a game. These are the matches the governing bodies know they need to change. As we move into 2014, the sports consumer is demanding something important all of the time. A tell me it matters attitude is forcing sports all over the world to come up with tournaments and formats that stop as many meaningless games being played as possible. And then there is soccer. A sport dominated by club teams that, in 2013, still allow countries to take their players all over the globe to play games that mean nothing. It simply cannot continue down that path for much longer. Players like Sami Khedira and Christian Eriksen picked up bad injuries in recent international friendlies that significantly affected their club teams. Imagine Lionel Messi breaks his leg playing one of these friendly games for Argentina? One of two things need to happen, and will happen sooner rather than later. FIFA/UEFA will come up with a format to make these games matter, to put countries in league tables – similar to their world rankings – where they will get benefits of seediing for major tournaments and play more teams within their league.dddddddddddd This is likely to happen soon because if it doesnt, the clubs will eventually have every right to put pressure on their players to not go for meaningless international matches. A World Cup year is magnificent for the international game but the four years in between are dangerous for FIFA/UEFA, even moreso now that the major tournaments – Euro 2016, Copa America – feature very little serious qualification, if any, for the major countries. Here in Canada, of course, we watch as outside observers. As 2013 turns into 2014, the sport again reaches new heights in terms of popularity. More people than ever are watching Premier League, Champions League and MLS games on television. With the lack of success of the Canadian mens national team, it is little wonder why most conversations about the professional game in Canada surround club football. The international game remains popular and Canada will be a wonderful place to sit and watch the 2014 World Cup amongst so many people from different countries. It is, indeed, one of the many things that make this country so great. However, we must remember it is still Canada. The mens national team has a long way to go to get back on peoples radar but, as we head into 2014, it is clear the same cannot be said about the womens game. In 2014 and 2015 Canada are ready to welcome the world. The 2014 Womens Under 20 World Cup will be a great dress rehearsal for when the main event comes to these shores a year later. The challenge for all international teams is to come close to the cohesion – on and off the pitch – displayed by club teams. That is already an advantage for Canada, as one of their star players, Diana Matheson, recently told me. "We really are like a family, the core of the team has been together for a long time and as we get older, we are making sure that everyone new into the camp feels part of it," she said. Matheson and some of her teammates are not far away from seeing their faces everywhere across Canada during the 2015 World Cup. "We have a hope of how big we want it to get," she said. The Canadian Soccer Association is blessed to have the Under 20 World Cup in 2014 as a way of gathering excitement for the big tournament the following summer. However, as national team defender Carmelina Moscato told me, it is more than just a promotional tool and those playing for Canada in that event will benefit tremendously. "The tournament in 2002 was what changed our lives – eight or nine of us on the team right now, thats the core group. It was such a kickstart to our careers that its exciting to know that opportunity is here again and see the next generation of players blossom in their own country." "Playing at home is an incredible experience," added captain Christine Sinclair.If you wish to watch those games, you should know that venue packs for the FIFA U-20 Womens World Cup Canada 2014 are on sale now and start as low as $40 plus fees. Of note, purchased venue packs in host cities that will also be part of the FIFA Womens World Cup Canada 2015™ will give purchasers an opt-in opportunity to be placed on a priority list to purchase venue packs to the 2015 competition in the same official host city. The full pricing chart is available online at FIFA.com/Canada2014. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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