Found August 23, 2013 on
It is my opinion that Joe Flacco didn’t shed any tears when Ray Lewis announced his retirement. Older Ray Lewis was a good not great Linebacker and it was Joe Flacco who was mainly responsible for the Ravens latest Super Bowl win. I appreciate Flacco’s honesty in saying what a lot of us already knew. TheNosebleeds.com has the quote via ESPN. “I love Ray,” Flacco said, “and I love how he always spoke from the heart, but if you listened to those speeches, a lot of them didn’t even make sense. He meant everything he was saying, but I didn’t know what he was talking about 90 percent of the time.” Most preachers do just ramble on about nothing. A lot of the Ray’s sermons were self-serving, but they were entertaining and we are in the entertainment business. What that being said this is quite possibly the greatest NFL sermon of all-time, it just happen to be for a video game. H/T NFL_RealUpdates
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RAY WAS ON A ROLL
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco recently discussed former teammate Ray Lewis' pep talks, saying, "a lot of them didn’t even make sense."
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco may not be the most exciting guy to play the position, but he’s proven to really get the job done in the clutch and his toughness can’t be questioned. Joe Flacco/LockerReport.com The 6-6, 245-pound signal-caller also seems to come into his own in the postseason. He fired on 73 of 126 passes (57.9 percent) for 1,140 yards and 11 touchdowns...
Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is selling a Maryland home for $1.1 million, and those interested can get plenty of Lewis with it.
The 2.33-acre property comes with its own Olympic-sized swimming pool. Other amenities include a steam shower, sauna room, game center and 2,000-square-foot trophy room. There’s also a den with an entire wall dedicated to Lewis’ face.
Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker and current ESPN NFL analyst Ray Lewis would deliver inspirational speeches before every Ravens game. They got the team fired up to play the game and roll some opponents, and more often than not, that's exactly what ended up happening.
Maligned Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco was there for Lewis' pregame rituals over each of the last...
In this year’s ESPN The Magazine’s NFL preview, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco admitted that Ray Lewis’ speeches didn’t make sense, per For the Win.
“I love Ray, and I love how he always spoke from the heart, but if you listened to those speeches, a lot of them didn’t even make sense. He meant everything he was saying, but I didn’t know what he was talking about...
Don’t count on Joe Flacco to get in the middle of the Ravens’ offense any time soon to give a fiery, Ray Lewis-esque speech.
The quarterback was asked to do so by the Ravens’ former offensive coordinator Cam Cameron a few years ago, according to ESPN The Magazine. He declined, because Lewis’ speeches didn’t make any sense to him.
“That’s not me,” Flacco said. “I...
The one thing we can take away from Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco's performance in this bank ad is that he will never be foraying into the Hollywood movie scene.
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Former Ravens linebacker and current ESPN NFL analyst Ray Lewis is selling his Owings Mills, Maryland mansion for $1.1 million if your interested.
Below is a dsectription of the house.
THERE ARE AT LEAST 52 REASONS TO PURCHASE THIS STUNNING CONTEMPORARY HOME. GRACIOUSLY SITUATED ON OVER 2 ACRES. THIS HOME BOASTS LAVISH APPOINTMENTS OF MARBLE &GRANITE...
Former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis and Pharrell have teamed together for a short film called Ready for August, a movie based on Lewis’ high school career. It’s definitely an interesting combination but you know what this means there has to be a musical element, why else would Pharrell be involved? The two have released a mixtape to promote the short but that’s not it...
When they got the ball on their first possession and needed just nine plays to go 69 yards to get into the end zone all appeared right in the Ravens' world.
Joe Flacco completed all five of his passing attempts Ray Rice needed just three carries to eclipse his total rushing yards for the preseason and the offensive line had its way with the Carolina Panthers.
But memories of...
No, this is real. I couldn’t make this stuff up. The king of music for 2013, Pharrell Williams, is teaming up with former Ravens linebacker, Ray Lewis, for their Natural Born Hitters mixtape. I bet the album is killer!
The mixtape, which is only about 4 and a half minutes long, uses speeches from Lewis that get placed over Pharrell beats. Since it’s being done through a partnership...
So with the 2013 NFL Regular Season under a month away, its now okay to justify your excitement for what this season will hold. My anticipation for this upcoming season began the day after Joe Flacco and Baltimore Ravens lifted the Lombardi Trophy this past February. What a season this is going to be. There are so many things to look forward to this year and each fan has their own...
It was pretty obvious that Joe Flacco needs go-to receivers who know what Joe needs to do after enduring last week's preseason game against Carolina.
I will never forget Joe's hollering at Tandon Doss after Doss completely mucked up a route--- which resulted in a game-changing INT.
Fortunately for the Ravens it was still preseason.
But the misadventure of Tandon...
Super producer Pharrell Williams and former Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis have teamed up to drop a mixtape titled Natural Born Hitters.
The audio courtesy of The NoseBleeds, is sponsored by Under Armour, and is 4 and a half minutes long. They take two great speeches and place them over hot beats from Pharrell.