Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/20/14
Well, it didn’t take long for the internet to discover the craziest Baltimore Ravens fan on earth, who naturally was watching his team’s dramatic win over the Denver Broncos on Saturday. If you think you know someone who acts like more of a lunatic during a sporting event than the man you see above, we’d love it if you could share some footage with us. As The Big Lead pointed out, this gentleman’s wife was recording him as he watched the Broncos and Ravens go back-and-forth for more than five quarters of football. The video you see above is his reaction to Ray Rice tying the game at 28 with a rushing touchdown in the 3rd quarter. Below you will see him reacting to Baltimore tying the game on Jacoby Jones’ ridiculous touchdown near the end of regulation, followed by the elation he felt when Joe Flacco and company sealed the deal. Game, set, match. Mind you, this is not the Super Bowl and the Ravens were in the AFC Championship game last season. If you want more crazy fans, we have them for you right here. Just don’t expect to find any that are more insane than this dude. The post Ravens fan gives crazy a new meaning as team beats Broncos (Video) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Ravens’ Paul Kruger: Broncos should have stuck with Tim Tebow Jacoby Jones gives Michele Tafoya a wink and a ‘Thank you, gorgeous’ (Video) Ray Rice Has Best Career Game for Ravens to Beat Saints at Home
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