Twitter Roundup: Ravens react to victory in Denver

Fed Hill Party

Sunday’s double overtime thriller in Denver was probably the second greatest win in franchise history after Super Bowl XXXV.

Emotions were displayed on the faces of everyone on the team, and the amazement on Ray Lewis’ face easily painted the picture of how the players were feeling.

Fans were ecstatic as well. Throughout Baltimore, fireworks were set off in neighborhoods, people honked car horns, banged pots and pans as they ran up and down the street and Federal Hill looked like Bourbon Street as people left their favorite watering hole to celebrate on Charles Street.

As players reflect on the game, a few of them took to Twitter to share their emotions, thank the fans and rally everyone together for the AFC Championship game – the franchise’s third appearance in the last five seasons.

 

 


One Rave about “Twitter Roundup: Ravens react to victory in Denver

  1. John on said:

    It was going to take all for quarters for the Ravens to win in Denver and that what happen . Awesome win Baltimnore Ravens . Do a repeat in New England and win it for Ray and Baltimore !

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