Invariably, when a big playoff loss occurs, someone’s wife is going to be angry. Instead of Gisele going HAM on one of Tom Brady’s teammates, it’s Mrs. Wes Welker, who is upset at New England’s postseason demise. Advertisements
I’m going to use this post as a declaration. As of the completion of today’s podcast, which will arrive today around noon, you will not see the words “Har-Bowl” or “Super Baugh” typed out on this blog. It’s too campy.
One down and one more to go. The San Francisco 49ers are in Super Bowl XLVII. All they need now is a dance partner. Will it be another Super Bowl appearance for the Patriots? Or will the Ray Lewis Retirement Party officially get underway.
Sunday’s nightcap is a rematch of the 2011 AFC title game between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots. Baltimore was a Lee Evans drop away from playing in Super Bowl XLVI and now, will attempt to close the book on the Patriots in Foxborough.
Bring on Brady?
We are days away from the Patriots and Ravens in the AFC title game. We could also be days away from the final game of Ray Lewis’s storied career. Sensing the impending end of his career, Clear Channel Communications produced a billboard in Boston that provided a countdown […]
Joe Flacco. Joe Flacco. JOE FLACCO.
One year ago, the football lords turned Baltimore Ravens radio play-by-play announcer Gerry Sandusky into the saddest man on the planet after kicker Billy Cundiff missed a game-tying field goal with seconds left in the AFC title game. Sandusky belted a different tune on Saturday during Baltimore’s incredible […]
The Denver Broncos will get the next opportunity to send off Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis into the sunset without another Vince Lombardi Trophy, after Baltimore finally pulled away from Indy on Sunday in the AFC playoffs. The 24-9 wild card win for the Ravens puts them in Denver […]
This picture of Joe Flacco perfectly sums up the current state of the Baltimore Ravens, who lost 34-17 at home to the Denver Broncos on Sunday. With Denver leading 10-0 shortly before halftime, Flacco unleashed the defining throw of the Ravens’ season.