Jacoby Jones on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

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Ravens’ postseason hero Jacoby Jones was on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday night.

Kimmel said that he felt that Jacoby should have been the Super Bowl MVP.

Jacoby deferred to his quarterback, pointing out that Joe Flacco had an incredible postseason run overall, and saying that Joe “deserves it.”

The Ravens’ All-Pro return man was his usual jovial, charismatic, downright hilarious self. He talked about being relieved that the lights went out, because he was still tired from his 108-yard kickoff return, and about how he is going to edit the tattoo on his back of New Orleans to include a Lombardi Trophy and the Ravens logo.

He also discussed potentially appearing on “Dancing with the Stars,” something our Kris Jones asked him about months ago. It’s a show usually reserved for more well-known players, but after Jones’s incredible postseason (the 70-yard touchdown in Denver, two touchdowns in the Super Bowl, appearing on the cover of Sports Illustrated) it doesn’t seem so far-fetched at all!

See the video clips below:

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  1. Randy Myers on said:

    I am so proud of our baltimore Ravens Team , Nobody can talk smack about us now. Baltimopre Ravens has Superstar players like this one and many more, too many to mention and they are all fantastic special people that are willing to go the extra mile to make it happen. Even the coaches are great, and finally the commentators have to shut their mouths and gives us credit for what we deserve for being the Champions of the game. Our players are very special and you can not take anything from them.

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