Ray tossed a full length white fur coat along with God knows what else in that dumpster, most likely because it had someone's blood on it. That being said I believe that night changed him (for the better) forever and do not believe that he killed those guys but his posse and them got into it, it was reported that it was all over someone stepping on someone's foot- "disrespecting" them in the club which rolled outside and then Rays group got accosted in or getting in the limo outside and
The theme should be get Ray to 'Lewis'iania
Originally Posted by Ravenalytics
As soon as I heard the news, I immediately went online and got my tickets.
This will be my first Ravens game ever. I'm so filled with a swelling combination of excitement and bittersweetness.
LT might have struck fear into QB's, but Ray Lewis struck fear into any player that touched the ball and influenced the whole field, not to mention his leadership. From a games aspect Ray disrupted the entire field LT wreaked havoc when OT's still played with their hands on the
Originally Posted by Shambla
Do you think there's a chance they move Graham to the #1 receiver? He's been playing pretty nice for a few weeks now.
It looked to me like they just played a side. I saw different corners on different receivers the whole game. I had thought they'd stick Williams on Cruz, but it seemed like half the time he was up against Randle or Nicks.
Originally Posted by RavenMan
Originally Posted by Terpsfan82
Yes, the two exceptions you bring up (in 46 occurrences) aside.
Yo're the one who weighs Superbowls so heavily, is Eli better than his brother beacuse he won 2 to his 1? Is not Dilfer more successful in that he has won onen and Marino never did? See that is the problem with making such a close ended statement like that.
This comeback was only 50% Brady. The rest was the Offensive coaching staff of NE, who made serious adjustments at halftime. How many times have