Posted November 23, 2011 on sfo.scout.com
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Scout.com NFL analyst Aaron Wilson, publisher of RavensInsider.com, stops by NinersDigest to answer our questions about the Ravens and Thursday’s showdown in Baltimore. Does coach John Harbaugh have an inferiority complex in regards to his younger brother Jim? How did Harbaugh get his job with the Ravens? What’s up with LB Ray Lewis, and how much does he have left? These Q&As and more inside.
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