Ray Lewis doesn’t think Super Bowl blackout was an accident

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  1. Playoffs

    Playoffs Subscribed Contributor

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    Ray Lewis doesn’t think Super Bowl blackout was an accident

    :mariopalm:


    49ers GM Jed York had some fun with the accusation on Twitter:

    Jed York (@JedYork) September 1, 2013
     
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    This is the same guy who predicted a spike in crime and terror in the streets if nfl players were locked out for to long right? Ray Ray go do your spaz dance somewhere far from mics and journalists.
     
  3. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    I for one don't think that the clothes disappearing that he wore on the night he was allegedly involved in two murders was an accident.

    I guess the world is just filled with mysteries.
     
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    Hey, Ray, please tell us more, especially about the shape-shifting reptilian people from the Alpha Draconis star system that control our world by taking on human form and gaining political power to manipulate our societies.

    :tinfoil:
     
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    eriadoc Texan-American

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    After everything that happens with government, how could you doubt this? THIS?!?! :overreact:

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    He also doesn't think he murdered anyone...


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    htownfan32 Hall of Fame

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    Why is this guy still talking?

    Him and Brian Urlacher both. I can't stand how much they blab in front of the media.
     
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    eriadoc Texan-American

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    Don't know about Ray Lewis, but Urlacher is the media - he works for Fox Sports One now.
     


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    Ray Lewis is with ESPN.
     
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    On March 13, 2013, it was announced that Lewis was joining ESPN as a contributor for their NFL coverage link


    Lewis does not work for the media. :kitten: He works for the spin machine instead.
     
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    :hankpalm: Oh God! I don't care how encyclopedic the man's knowledge of the game is or how popular a player he was, the way in which he brutalizes the Queen's English each time he speaks is like a dozen angry cats attempting to claw their way up a blackboard to me. He's on ESPN yet Spencer Tillman (who bears a striking resemblance to a certain handsome, charming and just plain likeable dreadlocked Texans Talk poster...but with a haircut) is relegated to doing college games.
    He's not as bad as Emmit Smith or as bad as Shannon Sharpe was for the first couple of years, but there are PLENTY of former athletes out there with a command of the English language who would fit in well with ANY sports broadcast crew. Howie Long to me is the PERFECT announcer. He played the game DAMN WELL and when he retired he was STILL a graduate of Villanova. Something to think about.
     

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