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Torrey Smith wrote himself a note declaring a Super Bowl appearance for the Baltimore Ravens
Affirmations are often helpful, and writing them down is said to be that much more powerful.
Torrey Smith had it set in his mind that he and the Baltimore Ravens would make it to the Super Bowl, so he wrote it down days before Sunday’s AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots.
After the game, he shared the message via Instagram and said “I wrote this earlier in the week and imagined what it would feel like….WE DID IT.”
See how powerful our minds and words can be?
Its also touching that Torrey acknowledged his late brother, Tevin, who died tragically in a motorcycle accident last September.
Congratulations to Torrey and his teammates on becoming AFC Champs and making it to “The Bowl” in New Orleans.
Follow Torrey Smith on Twitter – @TorreySmithWR
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