One of the most bizarre plays from "Conference Championship Sunday" in the NFL has been reviewed by the league, and Tom Brady is going to pay for it. The star quarterback of the New England Patriots has been fined $10,000 for making questionable contact with Baltimore Ravens cornerback Ed Reed on a slide late in the first half last Sunday.
Brandon Spikes recorded 11 tackles in the New England Patriots' AFC Championship Game loss to the Baltimore Ravens. He is also a very interesting follow on Twitter. However, following his team's elimination from Super Bowl contention he got a little ornery via the social network, telling a fan to "die please" in response to a comment that he is too happy after losing such a big game.
One of the most talked about plays from Sunday's NFL conference championship action was the one in which Tom Brady of the New England Patriots ran for short yardage, and slid into Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed with his foot elevated and his spikes aimed at Reed's knee.
We are officially on the two-week road to the Super Bowl, as the 49ers defeated the Falcons and the Ravens beat the Patriots yesterday. However, following his team's loss in the AFC Championship, Patriots coach Bill Belichick refused to give an interview to Steve Tasker of CBS...
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