Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 1/21/13

The Baltimore Ravens defeated the New England Patriots to punch their tickets to Super Bowl 47 on Sunday night, but the conclusion of the game has not resulted in the conclusion of smack talk. Terrell Suggs blasted the Patriots after the game and seemed beyond thrilled to knock them out of the postseason. Bernard Pollard ripped Tom Brady for sliding into Ed Reed with his cleats high. On the New England side, it’s once again the wives who are doing the talking. Check out this message that Wes Welker’s wife, Anna Burns Welker, posted on Facebook after the game (via The Big Lead): All fair points, but didn’t Anna learn anything from Gisele Bundchen’s comments about New England’s receivers after last year’s Super Bowl loss — in particular her husband? Personally, I’m dreading having to listen to Ray Lewis for two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl. Is he one of the best linebackers to ever play the game? Absolutely, but his over-the-top drama can be too much to handle at times. Nevertheless, Lewis has earned the right to preach for 14 more days before his career comes to a close. The post Wes Welker’s wife Anna Burns rips Ray Lewis after Ravens beat Patriots appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Tom Brady and Gisele vacation with Wes Welker, Anna Burns in Costa Rica Gisele Bundchen rips Patriots receivers in response to heckling Giants fan Wes Welker Reportedly Engaged to Anna Burns

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