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Bill Simmons Takes Shot At Ray Lewis Over Patriots DeflateGate Comments

This embed is invalid" /> Ray Lewis ticked off Bill Simmons, apparently. Lewis suggested during Sunday’s NFL Pro Bowl pregame show that there should be an asterisk next to the New England Patriots’ name if they defeat the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX. Simmons, clearly not agreeing with Lewis’ take on DeflateGate, responded in a big way...
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8 hours ago  |  Discuss

Flashback: Let’s Watch Marshawn Lynch Juke Ray Lewis Back in 2011

No, Marshawn Lynch doesn’t talk to the media. But once upon a time, he did completely annihilate a current member of the media. That media member is former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, who now works for ESPN. Because we love Marshawn Lynch and because we’re all sick of #deflategate, let’s watch Marshawn Lynch juke the Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Bill Simmons fires a shot at ESPN colleague Ray Lewis

You know how this one sets up. Boston Sports Guy Bill Simmons is a huge Patriots fan.  ESPN analyst and former Ravens LB Ray Lewis has been smack talking the Patriots throughout the postseason and even said the team deserved an asterisk for cheating.  So inevitably, Bill Simmons would tweet out a shot at Ray Lewis and start another firestorm of ESPN on ESPN violence.  Thankfully...
Via Awful Announcing
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis Clarifies Controversial Comments About Tom Brady, Tuck Rule

This embed is invalid" /> Ray Lewis really didn’t choose his words wisely. Lewis sent New England Patriots fans — and most level-headed football fans, for that matter — into a frenzy earlier this week when he claimed quarterback Tom Brady is only known because of the famous “Tuck Rule” play against the Oakland Raiders in 2001. The former...
Via NESN.com
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis attempts to clarify comments about Tom Brady

Ray Lewis, perhaps becoming aware of the firestorm he created by the questionable and curious comments he made regarding Tom Brady, wisely attempted to backtrack on the arguably ill-advised statements. Lewis argued earlier this week during a satellite radio interview that Brady, in some respects, would not enjoy the Hall of Fame-worthy legacy he has...Read More The post Ray Lewis...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis tries to walk back insane criticism of Tom Brady

Former Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis is one of the greatest football players of all-time. Lewis won two Super Bowls in Baltimore, all while earning 13 trips to the Pro Bowl and making the All-Pro team 10 times. When he’s eligible, Lewis will be a first-ballot Hall of Famer. Yet, on the Stephen A. Smith show of ESPN radio, Lewis said one of the more perplexing things...
Via Awful Announcing
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Brady on Lewis on Tuck Rule: Everyone has an opinion

Tom Brady decided to kill Ray Lewis with kindness. The former Baltimore Ravens linebacker, known for spewing nonsense during pregame pump-up speeches, perhaps made his most outlandish statement Tuesday while talking about Brady with ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith. “The only reason we know who Tom Brady is, because of a tuck rule,” Lewis said three days after the New England...
Via NESN.com
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis: Only reason Tom Brady is known is the Tuck Rule

What would Tom Brady be without the “Tuck Rule?” Apparently nothing, according to Ray Lewis. The former Baltimore Ravens linebacker and current ESPN analyst made an appearance Tuesday on Stephen A. Smith’s show on Sirius XM’s Mad Dog Radio, where he made some head-scratching comments. While the conversation started off about Dez Bryant’s overturned catch against the...
Via NESN.com
13 days ago  |  Discuss

New England Fan Holds Patriots Flag Over Ray Lewis Statue

If the tables were turned and a Ravens fan disrespected a Patriots landmark, I wouldn’t think twice about it. Anyone with a camera and nothing to do at night isn’t really a story. But have you ever been to Baltimore? It seems like every 2-3 years it’s the murder capital of the nation. Both The Wire and Serial call Baltimore home. Like Chris Rock once said in reference to the...
Via The Awesome Boston
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Real Tweets from Real People – Welcome to Twitter, Ray Lewis!

Ray lewis’ ESPN tenure has been rather underwhelming thus far.  The former Ravens LB and future Hall of Famer hasn’t been able to successfully translate the success of his playing days to television.  His charisma made him a coveted television personality and ESPN offered him prominent roles on their biggest studio shows.  Unfortunately for ESPN, there hasn’t been much substance...
Via Awful Announcing
November 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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