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Super Bowl 47 is in the books. Now that we have crowned the Baltimore Ravens champions, we can also close the book on the single largest advertising day of 2013. As always, the advertisements were ... interesting. There were several winners, plenty of losers and even a few that still have us scratching our head. At an average cost of $3.8 million for 30 seconds, which companies made the most of their time and which would have been better off saving their money? Disagree with something on our list or think we made a glaring omission? Let us know in the comments. Five Best Ads from Super Bowl 47 By: David Rogers Overall, I thought the 2013 crop of commercials were not only pretty weak, but that they also had some of the most divisive commercials in recent memory. Very few commercials could be unanimously picked as either a winner or a loser. Over on Twitter, the @Awful_Ads feed would be filled with commentary both ridiculing and praising the same commercial. In no par...
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Members of Baltimore Ravens saluted by their fraternity, Omega Psi Phi
Several member of this season’s Baltimore Ravens team are members of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated, founded at Howard University, November 17, 1911.
Sunday, the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII, and ‘Que Psi Phi” chose to honor its championship-winning members with a message from Grand...
Last year during the offseason, Baltimore Ravens' quarterback Joe Flacco was making wild statements about how he was an “elite” quarterback and the best in the business.He really sounded like he belonged in a nut house than on the football field.Flacco has been one of those quarterbacks that has seen more downs than ups over his career even though he manages to get the Ravens...
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk writes that not only are the Ravens likely to franchise QB Joe Flacco in the next few weeks, but they may have to use the exclusive franchise tag to ensure that he will be back for at least another season.
If Baltimore were to apply the general franchise tag they would have to pay Flacco $14.6 million, but they would run the risk that a team could...
Here are XLVII stats, facts and stories you need for Super Bowl XLVII between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers: the good, the bad, the tasty, the drunk and the debaucherous straight from New Orleans, Louisiana.
The Baltimore Ravens are Super Bowl champions, and Joe Flacco is the Super Bowl MVP. Most of us would not have predicted six months ago that this would happen, but that is the beauty of the NFL. While many have criticized Flacco for lacking personality and his own father even said he is a dull person, that isn’t stopping the 28-year-old from doing what Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks...
After guiding Baltimore to a 34-31 upset victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday in Super Bowl XLVII at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, it’s more evident than ever that Ravens star Joe Flacco is an elite quarterback. … Continue reading →
President Barack Obama is congratulating the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.
The White House says Obama telephoned head coach John Harbaugh and general manager Ozzie Newsome on Tuesday afternoon to congratulate them and the team for their 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.
Obama also talked about how moved he and first lady Michelle Obama were by the story...
Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens withstood a furious comeback attempt from the 49ers, a 34-minute blackout and the Destiny's Child reunion to win the Super Bowl.
It ended another lifetime after it began, with the Baltimore Ravens gladly surrendering two points that meant nothing except to some lucky bettors in Vegas. One brother patted the other on the cheek and, just like that, the strangest Super Bowl you will ever see was finally over – with the 49ers lamenting what was and what could have been.
You read that right. There is no lost context here. ESPN analyst Merril Hoge said just that on Tuesday’s SportsCenter. Baltimore Ravens QB and Super MVP Joe Flacco is the best quarterback in the NFL. I’m still trying to pick myself up off the floor after seeing the video myself. Here it is: At least we can give Hoge credit for being objective, being that he played his entire...
We could not help but share the finalist from Doritos Crash the Super Bowl – a contest that Doritos holds each year when the public submit videos and then they get voted on. Below are the five finalist. Winner will be announced during the Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens.
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Everything has been said by the MSM about Super Bowl XLVII. Some of it was relevant and interesting. Other stuff was not. And here’s some stuff they missed. So click away to get to know your Baltimore Ravens, San Francisco 49ers and commercials.
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