2013 playoffs: Year of the Old Man

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2013 playoffs: Year of the Old Man

Old dogs teach young dogs new tricks to get to the Super Bowl
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has gone from young guy to old man. With his pending retirement at hand, the 37-year-old Lewis is passing on to the new young guys what he’s learned in 17 seasons with another Super Bowl appearance on the line – this time, a return trip to Foxborough, Mass., against the New England Patriots.
Randy Moss isn’t a go-to, league-leading receiver anymore, but with his experience, he’s a leader in the San Francisco locker room. “He helps me every day,” second-year quarterback Colin Kaepernick said.
Tony Gonzalez cried after Harry Douglas and the rest of the Atlanta Falcons helped the veteran tight end win his first ever playoff game last weekend. Gonzalez, 36, is playing in his 16th season.

2013 playoffs: Year of the Old Man

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has gone from young guy to old man. With his pending retirement at hand, the 37-year-old Lewis is passing on to the new young guys what he’s learned in 17 seasons with another Super Bowl appearance on the line – this time, a return trip to Foxborough, Mass., against the New England Patriots.
Randy Moss isn’t a go-to, league-leading receiver anymore, but with his experience, he’s a leader in the San Francisco locker room. “He helps me every day,” second-year quarterback Colin Kaepernick said.
Tony Gonzalez cried after Harry Douglas and the rest of the Atlanta Falcons helped the veteran tight end win his first ever playoff game last weekend. Gonzalez, 36, is playing in his 16th season.
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