In the hard-hitting world of
Pollard always expects football to be a violent game, embracing the physical aspect of the
And Pollard has no intentions of altering his style or backing down as the
"There's no intimidation," Pollard said. "You have two good teams going against each other. One thing I say to any football player who is intimidated, you're a coward and a punk. This is a man's game. This is what it is. I am going to call it how I see it. You don't fear no man or no team. We're going to go in there with our heads high and ready to play. We understand what kind of team we are facing.
"This is a very experienced team that has been there before. [Patriots coach
Although the Ravens lost to the Patriots last season in the AFC title game, falling short due to
"We [couldn't] care less about revenge," Pollard said. "If you allow revenge in football to take over on the field, that’s when bad things happen. We just have to go play our game. We can’t worry about what happened in the
"If you call it unfinished business, that means that it is revenge. This is part of what we're doing. This is what we signed up for. In OTAs and training camp, we said the Super Bowl was our stop. We just don't want to stop there, we want to win there. With everything that we're doing, our eye has always been on that Lombardi [trophy]. It starts with getting past this team. We just want to win."