Daily Feed: Inside the Patriots-Ravens Match-up

Inside Patriots-Ravens Matchup … Patriots-Rams in London. The Globe put together a pretty cool position-by-position comparison for Sunday’s match-up. Also: looking ahead to next season (like that’s really possible right now), the NFL announced this morning that the Pats/Rams game on October 28 will be held at Wembley Stadium. [Globe | NFL]

CNN Debate Caps Pretty Crazy Day for GOP Race. Mitt Romney spent much of the evening on the defensive to the other three candidates left standing, and said of his tax returns: “I want to make sure that I beat President Obama, and every time we release things drip by drip, the Democrats go out with another array of attacks. As has been done in the past, if I’m the nominee, I’ll put these out at one time so we have one discussion of all of this.” [Washington Post]

Second to Google, Boston Consulting Group and More on Fortune‘s Best Places to Work. Not to shabby for BCG to be second to freaking Google. Other Massachusetts companies that made the list are No. 30 Bingham McCutchen LLP, No. 35 Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Co., and No. 83 Bright Horizons Family Solutions. [Fortune]

Matt Damon Does Vanity Fair February Questionnaire, Fares Much Better Than Mark Wahlberg in Men’s Journal. Damon responded to VF‘s “Leading Men” questionnaire — along with George Clooney and Daniel Craig — and so far, so good on not pulling a Wahlberg with any of his responses. Except for that awkward moment when he says that he’s happiest when making babies with his wife, Luciana. TMI. [Vanity Fair / subscription required]

Elizabeth Warren Nets $1 Million in ‘Money Bomb’ of a Thursday. Whew. How else will the ”fundraising juggernaut” go to battle with Scott Brown’s “war chest“? [Politico]