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    Get it through ya'll Neanderthal skulls!!! The Ravens will win the Super Bowl. The pistol was ran previously by RG3 and the Ravens lost by 1 point. It won't happen twice. Say what you want to say about Ray. He'll have another Godly speech once he gets that Lombardi. Save your money if your not betting on the Ravens. Just watch the SuperBowl. Lets get it Pauly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bleek88 View Post
    Did you not watch every defensive position the ravens played? They played EVERY down like it was 3rd and 1 if they can bring the same mustard, look out 49ers.

    Even though i like 49ers to win the superbowl.
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    FYI Ray lewis already won the superbowl before and was the superbowl MVP once!!! hehe
    Quote Originally Posted by lakerboy View Post
    I dont hate ray lewis. he believes in god. God will nail him in the ass for the murder he did by denying him the superbowl. bury my followers- no i would never do that. no one follows me pauly you know that. i have faders not followers. i like burying faders though.
    have to like underdog in the superbowl taking the points +4..BOL

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    SUPER BOWL XLVII it is not Ravens vs. 49ers it's actually Pualy vs. Lakerboy: who will be crown NFL Capper MVP/King??? lol #MeandmyBFFwillbecheeringloud Name:  576340_427404240654955_1553459408_n.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by PAULYPOKER View Post
    I'm not sure what is clouding your judgement on this one,

    the Hate you have for Ray or you are intentionally trying to bury your followers................

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    Rolle: Ravens' Lewis got me on track with Giants



    • By PAUL SCHWARTZ
    • Last Updated: 10:02 AM, January 23, 2013
    • Posted: 12:38 AM, January 23, 2013



    Ray Lewis is clearly a driving force — perhaps the driving force — for the Ravens, who stormed to back-to-back road playoff victories to advance to Super Bowl XLVII. Lewis also played a role in helping Antrel Rolle acclimate to the Giants and grow into a leader of last season’s Super Bowl run.

    Rolle arrived in 2010 and bristled at the way the Giants do business — especially how Tom Coughlin runs his team. There were frustrated comments from Rolle, and it appeared as if the safety and coach were headed toward a real confrontation. Rolle cooled off, though, and he says he might have overheated if not for Lewis’ advice.
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    RAY THE SAGE: Giants safety Antrel Rolle (above with ball, celebrating with Prince Amukamara) credits a phone call to Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis for providing the advice that got him onto the same page with coach Tom Coughlin after a rough start.


    Like Lewis, Rolle is a product of the University of Miami, though Lewis was gone before Rolle ever played for the Hurricanes. Rolle did not know how to deal with Coughlin, so one day he dialed up Lewis.
    “I asked him how should I handle the situation,’’ Rolle said yesterday on WFAN. “I was like, ‘It’s extremely difficult for me, I’m not used to this,’ and so forth and so on. We had an hourlong conversation just about life, he was telling me how I should approach the situation, how I should be able to deal with Coach Coughlin but still get some things across. He helped me out a lot. I listened to what he said and it helped me out a lot.
    “If you have never been around Ray Lewis, he’s probably the most humble individual and real individual you’re ever going to be around. That’s just the reality of it.’’
    Rolle spent the first five years of his career with the Cardinals, and it took him time to accept Coughlin’s coaching methods. In Week 2 in 2010, the Giants lost 38-14 in Indianapolis as Peyton Manning bested younger brother Eli.
    It was Rolle’s first regular-season road trip with the Giants, and afterward he blasted Coughlin’s schedule, insisting getting to the stadium more than three hours before kickoff made the Giants “sluggish.’’ Rolle later complained about Coughlin’s “controlled’’ environment and said he felt the atmosphere around the team was “too uptight.’’
    “I had an issue with me dealing with some things, more so my own personal issues,’’ Rolle recalled. “Coach Coughlin and myself have never had an exchange of words or anything close to it, never even had a bad eye towards one another. I’m sure he probably wanted to curse me out at times, but it never crossed that line.’’
    Rolle credits Lewis for helping him replace his frustration with a greater understanding of Coughlin’s methods.
    “More than the [Miami] thing, I think it’s someone who has been through it all,’’ Rolle said of why he reached out to Lewis. “No matter what adversity or what Ray had to overcome, I think he’s overcome it, and I think that’s what it boiled down to. It boiled down to me going to someone I can consider a mentor, someone I know is going to give it to me straight. Someone who is going to tell me something I need to hear as opposed to something I wanted to hear.
    “And he told me exactly what I needed to hear, and from that day on, I never, ever had an issue, never had any concerns. I can honestly say it is great. This is the best I’ve ever felt, and I am going to continue to stay on this path.’’

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    Notice that from 1991 to the present, the amount bet on the Super Bowl has more than doubled. When Scott Norwood missed his field goal wide right to solidify a Super Bowl win for Bills Parcells’ Giants, only $40,080,409 was on the line for the big game.
    Las Vegas Sportsbooks Super Bowl Performance

    YEAR
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    FINAL SCORE
    2012 $ 93,899,840 $ 5,064,470 5.40% Giants 21, Patriots 17
    2011 $ 87,491,098 $ 724,176 0.83% Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 25
    2010 $ 82,726,367 $ 6,857,101 8.29% New Orleans 31, Indianapolis 17
    2009 $ 81,514,748 $ 6,678,044 8.19% Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23
    2008 $ 92,055,833 $ (2,573,103) -2.80% N.Y. Giants 17, New England 14
    2007 $ 93,067,358 $ 12,930,175 13.89% Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17
    2006 $ 94,534,372 $ 8,828,431 9.34% Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10
    2005 $ 90,759,236 $ 15,430,138 17.00% New England 24, Philadelphia 21
    2004 $ 81,242,191 $ 12,440,698 15.31% New England 32, Carolina 29
    2003 $ 71,693,032 $ 5,264,963 7.34% Tampa Bay 48, Oakland 21
    2002 $ 71,513,304 $ 2,331,607 3.26% New England 20, St. Louis 17
    2001 $ 67,661,425 $ 11,002,636 16.26% Baltimore 34, New York Giants 7
    2000 $ 71,046,751 $ 4,237,978 5.97% St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16
    1999 $ 75,986,520 $ 2,906,601 3.83% Denver 34, Atlanta 19
    1998 $ 77,253,246 $ 472,033 0.61% Denver 31, Green Bay 24
    1997 $ 70,853,211 $ 2,265,701 3.20% Green Bay 35, New England 21
    1996 $ 70,907,801 $ 7,126,145 10.05% Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17
    1995 $ 69,591,818 $ (396,674) -0.57% San Francisco 49, San Diego 26
    1994 $ 54,483,221 $ 7,481,541 13.73% Dallas 30, Buffalo 13
    1993 $ 56,811,405 $ 7,174,869 12.63% Dallas 52, Buffalo 17
    1992 $ 50,334,277 $ 301,280 0.60% Washington 37, Buffalo 24
    1991 $ 40,080,409 $ 3,512,241 8.76% New York Giants 20, Buffalo 19
    Avg. $ 74,795,793 $ 5,457,320 7.33%

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    I knew the wrong team was favored.

    Go Ravens!

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    Pauly!


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    Pauly, I think you're a fukking douche for all these stupid "lock" threads, but I'll give it to you this time, man. Great call and hopefully you made some money on it.

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    Congrats to all the Ravens bettors! We win!

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    THIS ONES for RAY!


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    I think Ravens are heavy faves in afc too

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    It is unlikely the Ravens will win the SB. Tell me the last time an NFL MVP has won it? I can't remember. I'm sure it happened. The odds are extremely unfavorable for it to happen in the modern era.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hehfest View Post
    It is unlikely the Ravens will win the SB. Tell me the last time an NFL MVP has won it? I can't remember. I'm sure it happened. The odds are extremely unfavorable for it to happen in the modern era.
    Are you for real?
    Unlikely??

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