NFL Pre-Season: Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots
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The last date listed for NFL Pre-Season: Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots was Thursday August 7, 2008 / 7:30pm.
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The show-stopping dunks, amazing ball-handling skills and hilarious antics that made the Harlem Globetrotters legends just got even more fun. This year, the fans (that's you!) get to vote online to determine which wacky new rules and challenges the Globetrotters will play by, from adding players by scoring baskets to playing with two balls at the same time. With a roster of some of the world's greatest athletes and entertainers, the Globetrotters have been entertaining young and old alike in more than 25,000 games played around the world. Learn More
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Featured review from Liz
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Game stunk. Pats lost. No Brady, Bruski, Vrabel or Moss. The tickets I got were nose bleed (3 rows from the top of the stadium). Food is a rip-off. Beer: 7.50 a bottle.
Take the T to the game. 12 dollars from Boston or Providence and some car parks inbetween. It costs 40 bucks to park there.
Good thing: I got an on-field pass, and met Tom Brady and Randy Moss. I got real lucky to score that one.
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Awesome -pre-season game, what a great group of fans, it's going to be a good season! And imagine how good it felt when we ran into friends in the same section and they paid more than twice as much for their tickets than we did! What fun.
The New England Patriots take on the Baltimore Ravens in pre-season NFL football. This is the Patriots' first home game at Gillette Stadium since their historic 2007 season; come out and watch as Tom Brady, Randy Moss, and the Pats begin their quest for Super Bowl XLIII.
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