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With all the concern about catfishing going on out there, people forget about more garden-variety Internet scams, like people who get others to send them money for nothing. Such was the case for a California couple who spotted a Craigslist ad posted by a Ravens season-ticket holder claiming to be selling four Super Bowl tickets for $5,900. The two parties spoke at length on the phone about the deal. It seemed so aboveboard. With that setup, I think you can tell where this is going: So after emailing, texting and talking with the seller on the phone for a week, they wired the money to his credit union. On Monday, the highly anticipated package arrived — by FedEx. Instead of Super Bowl tickets, inside was a picture of quarterbacks Colin Kaepernick and Joe Flacco with a message underneath that read: “Enjoy the game!!!! Go Ravens!!! LOL.” “I’m just sick — like, physically sick,” said Sharon Osgood, a 49-year-old Hayward resident. “All over the envelope it says ‘go Ravens’ — even on the...
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Ravens QB Joe Flacco is glad he's in the Super Bowl this year and not the next when the game will be played in New Jersey. Flacco misspoke when saying at his news conference that a cold-weather Super Bowl was 'retarded'.
I don’t know much about Joe Flacco’s wife Dana, but any woman who poses for a picture like this on her wedding day is a keeper in my book. Most of the photos (if not all) come from Joe and Dana’s wedding album by Jason Prezant Photography. Check out some more photos of the Baltimore Ravens Quarterback and his wife, Dana Grady Flacco:
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With the circus of media day finally coming to a close, it’s time to get down to the truly important aspects of the Super Bowl — the bets.
Betting on whether Colin Kaepernick can lead the 49ers to their first Super Bowl win since 1994 or if Ray Lewis will finish his career on top isn’t nearly as satisfying as guessing correctly how many total rushing yards Ray Rice will...
As the NFL world sets to play it’s final game of the 2012 regular season this Sunday, some eyes are already looking ahead to the 2013 season and Super Bowl XLVIII. Next year, the Super Bowl will be played at the Meadowlands in New Jersey, marking the first time that the big game will be played in a northern climate in a non-dome stadium. I despise the idea, and it seems that Baltimore...
NFLTags: Atlanta FalconsBaltimore RavensColin KaepernickDean PeesFrank GoreLaMichael JamesPhiladelphia EaglesRay LewisSan Francisco 49ersAs for this Sunday’s Super Bowl, I’m awed by the talent on the San Francisco 49ers roster on both the offensive side and the defensive side. They are clearly the most talented football...
The Super Bowl and warm weather have become almost synonymous over the years. But next year the big game will be headed to the Big Apple, which also means cold weather.
Some players, coaches and fans aren’t likely to take too kindly to the early February weather they’ll face in the Northeast. One of this year’s Super Bowl quarterbacks is already letting his opinion be known...
Quarterback wins don't exist. Team wins do. Quarterbacks wins don't.
I feel like I'm beating a dead horse here but the equine just won't die no matter how hard those of us with a proper knowledge of the game of football smack away. Poor guy.
The point is that I don't care how many playoff games the Baltimore Ravens have won with Joe Flacco at quarterback...
Rapid Eye Media writers and staff give you their predictions on Super Bowl xlvi between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers. The Ravens dominate the women picks while most of the guys are picking the Niners. Will Joe Flacco be the worst quarterback to win a Super Bowl since fellow Raven Trent Dilfer? [...]
One of the Super Bowl quarterbacks has had a ton of success, but has garnered little respect. The other has become an overnight sensation. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has one of the strongest arms in the league. They are still considered a running team, mainly because Ray Rice is just that dynamic. Baltimore finished the regular season ranked 11th in rushing offense...
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis suffered a torn triceps injury on Oct. 14, by December he was back on the field practicing. Sports Illustrated has published an in-depth report of Lewis's connection with a company called Sports with
We mentioned over this past weekend that ESPN’s John Clayton believes Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco may get $20 million per season with his next contract.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen agrees with Clayton that Flacco getting $20 million per season ” is not unreachable.”
I think if the Ravens win Sunday’s Super Bowl, Flacco deserves to get paid $20 million per season...
It’s that time of year again. We will all get together this Sunday with friends and family to watch the newest and most entertaining commercials for a essentially the entire day. Don’t forget, the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens will toss the ball around as well in between the commercial action. You ready?
AccuScore simulations project this game to be crazy close. After...