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A chance to slam the door on Ed Reed and Ray Lewis' careers

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  1. VrabelJr

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    It's been talked about all year that these two are nearly 99% done after the year. I'd love to be the team that gets to make them clean out their lockers a few weeks early. I'd love to be the team that gets to end an era of Ravens football.
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    Reed maybe. No way Lewis calls it a career. He loves the game too much is still pretty healthy and playing at a high level. He's got another year or 2 in the tank.
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    It will be a good day if you hear them *****ing and moaning about the refs after the game.
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    Good point. These two should take up golf, fishing, or bowling.
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    If we really smack them, like 40+ points dropped on them by my boy TFB, I bet they'd both be thinking retirement sounds pretty good;) NO MERCY for the Ravens, let's end their season.:rocker:
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    Both first ballot HOFs. I really wonder how good Eds career numbers could of been if he didn't suffer a serious neck/nerve injury that has limited him and will cut his career shorter than it should be.
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    Nothing but respect for BOTH Lewis and Reed from me. I was strongly lobbying to sign Lewis in free agency a few yrs ago, as it was obvious to me that he had a lot more to offer as an ILB/MLB. He doesn't fit the kind of player profile that this team looks for though, and pretty much everyone disagreed with me about wanting him here, even though they were for the wrong reasons (he's washed up, he's too old, etc)..

    However, that douche Suggs is a whole other can of worms. He is a disrespectful P.O.S.
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    My comment on Suggs is similar to what I just posted regarding why I don't like Brady. Suggs comes off as he does in the national media because that is what he wants to do. It's an act and he is mostly playing around. Most of his comments are pretty much him joking around. He likes the attention and since he plays his ass off there is nothing wrong with the way he acts to Ravens fans. I'm sure if I were a fan of another team I'd dislike him but you have to realize that 1) the guy is joking around mostly and 2) the guy is damn good, plays hard and is a good teammate.
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    Reed continues to amaze.


    Like Supafly I have nothing but respect for him.

    Lewis on the other hand.


    Add Pollard and Suggs. Hateful pair of ****s
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