Found January 12, 2013 on
As Justin Tucker’s kick sailed through the uprights, Ray Lewis stood nervously watching on the sideline, biting his lip and fidgeting — wondering on whether it was the last time he’d be running onto the field in the National Football League. That’s hard to believe. Because in this particular game the Baltimore Ravens clearly won in the confines of a hostile territory. The Ravens survived late Saturday night and kept their playoff dreams alive, absolutely breaking the Denver players’ and fans’ hearts in a game that — believe it or not — was suspenseful and dramatic to the finish.
Tied 35-35, Tucker booted a 47-yard field goal 1:42 to give the Ravens a 38-35 divisional playoff victory over Denver. There was only one way to survive in sudden death: Defense. Instead, he just perpetuated his long-running lie about steroids and lost his reputation and credibility forever. As he continues to thrive, after four neck surgeries, Manning couldn’t perpetuate his comebacks as crazy as this game ...
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We here at Outside the Boxscore love fan celebration videos and this clip of Ravens fans taking to the streets after their victory over the Denver Broncos is pretty good.
The video was taken in the Federal Way suburb of Baltimore and check out the shear number of people celebrating the win:
What a game.
With possession of the ball at the end of the first overtime and a first down, the Ravens needed just 10 yards to get in field goal range.
That’s when Justin Tucker hit a 47-yard field goal to win the game 38-35. The Ravens will wait to see who their opponent is in the AFC Championship Game that takes place next Sunday.
Ray Lewis is going to make a lot of money as a motivational speaker in a few weeks when his playing days are over. We all know Ray Lewis the leader, the tackling machine, and premier middle linebacker in NFL history.
Many of our younger NFL fans are not aware of the Ray Lewis that fought for his life in a double murder trial in 2000. Lewis was eventually charged with obstructing...
The Ravens and Broncos battled into two overtimes for one of the most memorable NFL playoff games in history, and the leaders of each team played their hearts out. Peyton Manning and Ray Lewis, each a little long in the tooth, put forth an amazing effort, and eventually the Ravens preveiled by a score of 38-35. Peyton paid Lewis the ultimate show of respect by sticking around (with...
After losing in double overtime and losing to the Baltimore Ravens 38-35 after skipping his post game interview, met with Ray Lewis in the locker room. Let’s consider what it is they could’ve discussed. Perhaps Peyton was asking Rev Ray tips on a speech to give his team next year. [...]
It was supposed to be an easy day for the Denver Broncos by all accounts, but the Baltimore went toe to toe, tit for tat with them throughout, and in the first overtime period, Peyton Manning rolled out in Brett Favre like fashion and threw the interception that eventually set up Justin Tucker's 47-yard game winning field goal in double OT. Ray Lewis lives to see another...
Ray Lewis doesn't want to make the transition from player to coach - not yet anyway.
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said Thursday that Lewis, who retired after the Super Bowl, ''has not expressed an interest to coach.''
Harbaugh expects Lewis to do ''many amazing and powerful things'' in retirement following a 17-year run as Baltimore...
Peyton Manning and his family took some time to congratulate Ray Lewis following their Divisional Round playoff game on Saturday.
This photo was taken over 90 minutes after the game by the Ravens Director of Media Relations, Chad Steele.
Most of America was either asleep or watching Colin Kaepernick run over the Packers defense by this time.
I don’t know what to say. It’s really hard to defend Peyton Manning, like I have done for years, when he seemingly shrunk late in the fourth quarter and OT in the Denver Broncos’ loss to the Baltimore Ravens. So I won’t. Instead, we can talk about this picture with Peyton and Ray Lewis at the end of the game.
In the days leading up to what was supposed to be Ray Lewis’ retirement party, Denver and national sports broadcasters had already written off the Baltimore Ravens and anointed the Denver Broncos the Super Bowl champions. In his post game interview, Peyton Manning stated that his team was excited about playing in the AFC Championship [...]
The Ravens and Broncos will feature a bit of a chess match between Peyton Manning and Ray Lewis, two of the biggest names in the game. The night game, Green Bay at San Francisco, features quarterbacks with two very different levels of experience.
I’m late. Does it seem like I have an excuse every week as to why I’m late? I don’t. That’s your imagination. This week, let’s go with … church. Yes, I was at church. Because if God is the reason Ray Lewis wins football games, I want Him to help me become an origami master. Doesn’t seem like too much to ask.
The Greek is on location, though, and has filed a remote...