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Baltimore Beatdown Jul 29, 2015

Ravens Top 20 #5: Ray's Last Home Game

Continuing our look at the best Ravens moments After 17 seasons, Ray Lewis was retiring from the NFL. Days after the Ravens had finished the 2012 regular season, Ray announced that this was his last ride and that he would retire after the Ravens exited the 2012 postseason. The 2012 Wild Card game against the Colts was the last time Ray would play in M&T Bank Stadium. Ray Lewis came out  of the tunnel doing the squirrel dance that he made so famous during his time in Baltimore to the roar of the crowd. The first quarter of the game was scoreless. The Ravens got on the board with a Justin...
Baltimore Beatdown Jul 14, 2015

The one play that defines who Ray Lewis was as a player

Ray Lewis is a sure-fire Hall of Fame linebacker with a career full of highlight reel plays. Yet, one play sticks out as the perfect combination that defines what Ray Lewis was as a player. Ravens' linebacker Ray Lewis is a sure-fire Hall of Fame player just waiting on his bust and gold jacket. He was a stat machine and a highlight reel for the NFL and the Ravens during his 17 year career. However, when you think of Ray Lewis and what he was as a player, you can only choose a single play from his highlight reel. Fourth down and the game on the line. With it being 4th and 2, the Chargers...
Baltimore Beatdown Jul 13, 2015

The real reason Ray Lewis retired

Our friends over at Russell Street Report got an exclusive interview with Ravens' owner Steve Bisciotti. One of the best tid-bits has been the real reason that Ray Lewis called it a career. Our friends over at Russell Street Report got an exclusive interview with Ravens' owner Steve Bisciotti. Tony Lombardi has been releasing some of the parts of his conversation with the big man and Bisciotti has been more than open to revealing some awesome stuff. One of the best tid-bits has been the real reason that Ray Lewis called it a career. While most would assume that it is because the future...
Baltimore Beatdown Jul 6, 2015

Historical Raven to Add to the 2015 Squad

An interesting question for fans is which historical Raven would help this year's squad the most. The discussion would obviously begins with the 3 pillars in Ravens history: Ray Lewis, Jonathan Ogden, and Ed Reed. All three are 1st ballot Hall of Famers, and among the best ever at their respective position. Unfortunately, positional needs prevent us from giving real consideration to some players. Ray Lewis, the GOAT for the Ravens and historically for the entire NFL at LB too, is not needed on this year's Ravens. Although he is the greatest leader to ever play the game, and his dominance at...

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