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Since Omar is no longer walking the streets of Baltimore, the Baltimore Police Department appears to have a lot of time on their hands. Ray Lewis has always said Baltimore was his city, and the Baltimore Police Department wants you to know they have his back.
This Sunday will be a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship game. The Ravens will have to go through Tom Brady and the New England Patriots if they want another chance at the Super Bowl.
After the billboard was put up in Boston counting down the days of Ray Lewis’s retirement, you had to expect some noise coming from Baltimore. The video contains some pretty funny clips. Some people should never try to do Ray Lewis’s dance. (1.49 mark)
My only concern after watching this video is who will be patrolling the streets after 6:30pm.
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Clear Channel Outdoor Boston is taking part in the back and forth trash talk in anticipation of the AFC Championship Sunday, displaying this billboard counting down the days, hours and minutes that linebacker Ray Lewis will be hanging up his cleats...
The Baltimore police department put together a video to show support for the Ravens as they head to New England to face the Patriots in Sunday's AFC Championship playoff game. In addition to the cops having some important messages for the Patriots, we watch them imitate the Ray Lewis pregame dance.
The video features special messages to the police department from Ravens stars...
We have all been planning for Ray Lewis to play in his last game for the last few weeks, maybe we should stop? People in the Boston are pretty confident that the New England Patriots will be able to do what the Broncos and Colts failed to do in previous weeks, and end the career of the Baltimore Ravens legendary linebacker. They are so confident that they are counting down the days...
Ravens fans are excited about their team’s chances against the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, and rightfully so. However, some are taking it to extremes to show off their pride.
One fan, James E. Long, Jr., actually painted the team’s logo into his hair while getting it styled to exactly resemble a bird. With a hat tip to ESPN’s Darren Rovell, it’s pretty...
Bill Belichick may eventually end his career as the ultimate coach of his era.
During the last press conference before his New England Patriots vie for a Super Bowl against the surging Baltimore Ravens, Belichick stepped away from his usually stoic demeanor to display excitement for the road ahead.
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Ray Lewis’ powerful locker room speech from last year’s heart-tearing loss in the AFC Championship at the hands of the New England Patriots included the prospects of holding heads high, getting back to work, and returning to the very same position this season.Despite the incredible odds against accomplishing such a feat, the Ravens defeated the top seeded Broncos, 38-35, in Denver...
Ok, so the Bengals are out. However, NFL football is still going on and like us, most of you will be watching.
Who do you root for?
Personally I am torn. Part of me wants to root for the Ravens. My reasoning is that they are a division opponent and whats good for the division is good for the Bengals. The Bengals will get to play them twice next season and it would be nice to beat...
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I can't believe I'm making this selection, but I just have a feeling the Ravens are on that kind of roll the Giants had last year. The return of many players including Ray Lewis has really rejuvenated this team. I don't have a big write-up on this one because logic does indeed point to the Patriots...
8 a.m. ET: The day of reckoning is upon us, at least for those of us who intently follow the NFL.
The NFL’s conference judgment day will begin with the San Francisco 49ers’ visit to Atlanta for the NFC crown, but all eyes will be peeled for the Ravens’ trip to Foxboro to mark a repeat of last season’s AFC title game.
Tom Brady has been preparing for his chance at a sixth...
I’m going to keep the ranks post short and sweet this week as we wind down. The ranks were only 2-2 last week predicting games, as the Ravens upset the Broncos in stunning fashion and the Falcons finally cooled off the Seahawks, but not after a valiant effort to come back.
Here are power ranks’ picks this week:
#1 Patriots over #6 Ravens
The Ravens win over Denver allowed them...