TALE OF THE TAPE

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    Tale Of The Tape: Houston Texans At Baltimore Ravens

    Matt Schaub is a very consistent regular-season quarterback, so the idea of going to play on the road against the defending Super Bowl champions is not going to intimidate him.

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    Tale Of The Tape: Tennessee Titans At Houston Texans

    The Titans started their season with an impressive road win at Pittsburgh, but Jake Locker really had little to do with it.

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    Tale Of The Tape: Houston Texans At San Diego Chargers

    The Texans have made the playoffs in back-to-back seasons and would like to go a lot further in 2013. Matt Schaub has proven to be an excellent regular-season quarterback.

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    New York Jets’ Revolving QB Door: Mark Sanchez Vs. Brady Quinn

    After an unfortunate preseason injury to Jets starter Mark Sanchez, Gang Green brought in veteran journeyman Brady Quinn to round out their roster.

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    NCAA Championship Game: #1 Louisville Vs. #4 Michigan

    Rick Pitino has been here before, after making his 7th Final Four appearance, he’s now in his third go-round in the title game. He’s got plenty of experience on the big stage and he has the Cardinals playing high level basketball at the right time.

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    Super Bowl Halftime Show Vs. Neil Diamond: Who Takes The Trophy For Better Entertainment?

    For years, both Neil Diamond and the Super Bowl Halftime show have been giving us, let’s say, mild overproduction (read: glitzy, flashy, and potentially unnecessary). So who’s got the edge between these two cheesy industry mainstays?

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