Hey Ravens fans, “Don’t worry, be happy”

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It finally happened! The run for the bye is done and low and behold the Ravens have done it. AFC North Champions and the #2 seed in the playoffs. If you spent the season complaining about this team you missed a fun 12-4 season. There were close games, unexpected upsets but in the long run the regular season was a complete success.

Now is the time for the Ravens to make the big run, two weeks of rest and be ready to host a home playoff game at 1:00pm on Sunday, January 15th. The Ravens don’t often lose at home in the Harbaugh era and any team traveling to the Vault will have to prepare for the noise. As the 12th man we need to do our job. It’s time to rock the Vault! We are Ravens Nation and let’s unify behind these Ravens.

Leave the negative behind for the next few weeks and get behind the run for Lombardi, get behind pound it on the ground. Two wins and the Ravens will be making a trip to Indianapolis in February!

Ravens fans, don’t worry, be happy!

Doesn’t get much better than this!

Enjoy it and Happy Festivus!

 

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Miles Goodman
Miles is the co-host of The Coach's Buzz heard every Wednesday on AM1300 ESPN from 5-7pm (www.coachbuzz.net).   Miles became involved in sports marketing and public relations (presspasspr.com) in 2002 with Edwin Mulitalo (#64 Baltimore Ravens 1999-2006)  and was President of Big Ed’s Band Foundation.  Miles has also been President...more

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