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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is seen by many as an "Average Joe" kind of guy. So it fits that the only new endorsement deal he signed this week is for a company that makes gummy bears.
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Well, he can’t have it all.
(picture courtesy of Terez Owens)
As the Ravens leave Baltimore on the way to New Orleans I wanted to take a moment and pick the top ten plays/moments/games/announcements that helped the Ravens reach Super Bowl XLVII. These, I should mention before I get an angry pitchfork-carrying mob of purple camo at my front door, are in particular order. Enjoy!
Gotta love Bryant McKinnie. I don't think there is another player on the Ravens roster I would rather chill with than him. A week before the Super Bowl and he's at Wawa with a chick named "Dime Piece" wearing gold chains WHILE ALSO wearing a jacket covered in gold chains. I been saying since Week 1 that benching McKinnie was a mistake and he proved me right with his play in the postseason.
Anybody who watched wrestling in the 90's knows the name Brian Pillman. The guy was as talented (and crazy) as they come and his skills with a microphone rivaled his skills in the ring.