Happy 39th Birthday Ray Lewis

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Remembering Ray Lewis on this, his 39th birthday!

The future Hall of Famer left us with so many memories, some that may have even been forgotten. Here’s hoping this outstanding video from Dwayne McFarlane stirs up some of the greatest moments in Baltimore Ravens history.

 

Which of the following do you think are Ray Lewis' top 3 moments during his time with the Ravens? (Pick 3)
Pick 6 v. Titans in Divisional Playoff, 2001
Pick 6 v. Panthers in 2010
Crushing block on Keith Burns during McAlister TD return on MNF in 2002
Game winning stop of Darren Sproles v. Chargers in 2009
Shot on Kellen Winslow to trigger Ed Reed's Pick 6
Confetti falling upon him after Super Bowl 35
Confetti falling upon him after Super Bowl 47
Speech after AFC Championship loss to Patriots
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4 Raves on “Happy 39th Birthday Ray Lewis

  1. Dave on said:

    I can see why this wasn’t on there, but this is my favorite Ray Lewis memory. Kelly Gregg either recovered a fumble or intercepted a pass (not sure which) and hit the open field. About 30 or so yards into the return, Gregg is clearly winded. He hands the ball to Ray Lewis and collapses to the ground. I can’t help but chuckle whenever I think about it. If someone could possibly find that play on video, I’d be eternally grateful. I think it was the same season when Ngata had a huge return against the Tampa Bay Bucs, but I could be wrong.

    Also, I’ll never forget Ray and Eddie George jawing off at each other all the time. Or Ray Lewis and Hines Ward jawing off at each other.

  2. Malcolm on said:

    A lot of people forget how Ray Lewis knocked Hines Ward out In Pittsburgh wk 9 2011 , that was Ward’ last play in the NFL I believe . Great hit by Ray .

    • Brandon on said:

      That was a great game and I am blessed to have been there for that game. That hit was not the last play of Ward’s career, he played weeks later vs the Bengals as well.

      The best part of the 2011 game in Pittsburg was the Steelers fans. They yelled “Flacco sucks” very loud over and over on that final drive. Then when Flacco hit Smith with a great pass, they were silent and hearing the few Ravens fans scream with joy.

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